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The US power grid is already halfway to carbon neutrality, and it’s saving lives
We're seeing fewer pollution-related deaths a year.
Oil and gas companies are making old pipelines the landowner’s problem
In the US, private residents end up footing the bill to prevent further eyesores and pollution.
Companies may soon pay a higher price for emitting carbon. But will it be high enough?
A new policy brings back an old approach to tallying the cost of carbon, albeit with limitations.
This lightbulb is more than 100 years old—and it still works
A former fire chief recounts the story of a light that never burns out.
At New York City’s biggest power plant, a switch to clean energy will help a neighborhood breathe easier
Aging, pollution-spilling equipment clocks its final days at the Ravenswood Generating Station.
Gas explosions keep killing people, and the US government won’t step in
A decade ago, Congress set out to make pipelines safer. But regulators are still seeing dozens of accidents in homes each year, with little recourse for utility companies.
California shut off power grids this week, but not because of clean energy
The state's grid operator has called for building more capacity for wind and solar, not less.
The US has more power outages than any other developed country. Here’s why.
Our grid is outdated and rundown, but utilities aren't willing to do much about it.
Small, game-changing utilities for Windows and macOS
Good things come in small packages.
Windows’ PowerToys are back—here’s how to use the first two
Power tools for power users.