China's EV surge puts 'pressure' on industry — report
The sharp retreat of new car sales in China is casting a shadow over the country's economy and its trade conflict with the Trump administration, but it doesn't spell a problem for its fast-rising electric vehicle output, a new analysis concludes.
House Democrats demand Trump's playbook for cyber offense
House lawmakers yesterday agreed to a measure that would require President Trump to provide Congress with a classified presidential policy statement authorizing offensive actions by U.S. cyber spies, including any American cyber incursions into foreign grid networks.
Grid chief: Operators pulling 'rabbits' to keep lights on
Stresses on parts of the power grid have operators scrambling for ways to keep the lights on.
100% renewable grid could cost trillions — study
Building a 100% renewable energy power grid in the United States by 2030 or 2040 would require an investment of $4.5 trillion in new wind and solar power, transmission lines and storage, an analysis by researchers for the Wood Mackenzie firm concludes.
Search underway for Chinese equipment on the U.S. grid
The security monitor of the interstate power system is several months away from compiling a survey of how prevalent critical control equipment from Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and other Chinese manufacturers is on the U.S. grid.