If offshore oil installations are rapidly dismantled as a result of the transition to clean energy, the public, not companies, could end up paying. How to avoid this?
Energy Archives - State of the Planet
While the technology we need to complete the transition to renewable energy is not yet here, the pace of technological innovation is accelerating.
A new study finds that electricity market design is the key to trade-offs between more affordable energy and lower carbon emissions.
Renewable energy projects have encountered significant opposition in at least 45 states, according to a new report.
The momentum behind decarbonization is unstoppable as the private sector sees the benefit of a lower cost, less polluting, and more reliable energy system. The energy transition may be delayed by political reactionaries, but it will not be stopped.
A student at the School of International and Public Affairs was pleasantly surprised by the range of attendees at a recent Young Professionals in Energy event in New York City.
The technology of electric vehicles is poised to displace the internal combustion engine, but it will take time to transition away from a century’s worth of infrastructure and investment.
Scientists are exploring a variety of ways to provide raw materials for the energy transition with less harm to people and the planet.
The clean energy transition depends heavily on lithium, but mining this element is not “clean.” We must not fall into the same traps from which we are trying to free ourselves.
Looking at 20 just transition lawsuits from Latin America, the report analyzes what arguments are being made and how those arguments have been received by the courts.