Energy + Green Tech

Hydrogen Patents Reveal Shift Toward Cleaner Technologies

A new study analyzing patents in Europe shows “a clear shift of innovation from traditional, carbon-intensive methods to new technologies with the potential to decarbonize hydrogen production.”

A Farm in the Cloud

Here’s a mind-blowing number: Roughly 2% of people in the United States grow the food that the other 98% of us consume. Novel agtech is changing what it means to farm.

The Fusion News is Better Than You Think

The news about fusion nuclear power is even better than many of the reports this week suggested. Yes a government lab made a major and historic breakthrough. But the best is yet to come–from startups.

My Epiphanies at a Climate Innovation Breakfast

As the internet industry implodes, a session helped me realize that a newly-forming climate industry will replace it. Climate tech and climate-conscious companies will become the leading force in business and markets, a new force...

It’s a Wrap: 9 Ways GE Put Words Into Action at COP27

We are in a critical decade of action that will support the energy transition to drive decarbonization. More than 100 heads of state and over 35,000 participants came together in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, for two...

Can Decommissioned Mines Become Green Power Generators?

A new report supports the idea that underground mines can be transformed into energy storage facilities, adding the possibility of on-demand, carbon-free power to energy grids.

Solar Sovereignty: The Promise of Native-Led Renewables

“We’re training a workforce of solar warriors,” says the cofounder of Indigenized Energy Initiative.

Major Investment in Air-Conditioning Needed to Address Future Heat Waves

More than 80% of urban residents will need air-conditioning by the 2050s, but many of the world’s poorer countries may struggle to meet that demand.

Q&A: Do We Have to Choose Between Speedy Development and Environment?

Environmental review is under scrutiny on Capitol Hill. Here’s what a NEPA expert thinks policymakers should keep in mind.

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