Pumped storage hydro once propped up coal and nuclear power. Now it's essential for a clean, growing grid.
The blackouts were actually years in the making.
It turns out there’s a lot of inertia built into the energy system.
Profits from the Permian Basin are falling and renewable energy is surging. Here’s what that means for the Lonestar State’s...
The state's grid operator has called for building more capacity for wind and solar, not less.
It may just lead to more consumption and fewer investments in renewables.
A new process emulates the way crude oil forms naturally— in only 45 minutes.
107 hours with no emissions!
Despite heavy regulation and environmentalist pushback
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