When Will We Hit Peak Fossil Fuels? Maybe We Already Have

The global energy transition has reached a pivot point in which fossil fuels have likely peaked in their use for producing electricity and are about to enter a period of decline. This is the idea at the heart of a new report from RMI, a nonprofit that does research and advocacy about the transition. The […]

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Four Big Things to Expect in Clean Energy in 2023

In 2023, the country’s first super-size offshore wind farms will come online, or at least get close to it. U.S. sales of electric vehicles will continue to accelerate, likely hitting 1 million units per year for the first time. And, state lawmakers in Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan and Minnesota are poised to pass climate and clean […]

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A Clean Energy Trifecta: Wind, Solar and Storage in the Same Project

Elected officials and energy company executives gathered last week in rural Oregon to mark the completion of Wheatridge Renewable Energy Facility, a project that combines a wind farm, solar array and battery storage. This is the fourth and the largest project in the United States to combine those three renewable energy resources on the same […]

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