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How Best to Save the Planet
Readers debate whether solar geoengineering, advocated in a guest essay, is a good way to address global warming.

Sat, 16 Oct 2021 15:30:06 +0000

How Two Bills in Congress Could Have a Major Impact on Climate Action
Legislation aimed at infrastructure and social programs also includes big changes in energy, transportation and disaster preparation. They would amount to the most significant climate action ever taken by the United States.

Sat, 16 Oct 2021 01:20:10 +0000

China’s Power Problems Expose a Strategic Weakness
China announced on Wednesday a national rush to mine and burn more coal, as the country’s electricity shortage threatens to damage its image as a reliable manufacturing base.

Wed, 13 Oct 2021 18:49:00 +0000

Are Tesla and Texas a Perfect Match? It’s Questionable.
While its C.E.O., Elon Musk, and the state’s conservative lawmakers share libertarian sensibilities, they differ greatly on climate change and renewable energy.

Wed, 13 Oct 2021 15:50:19 +0000

Transition Away From Fossil Fuels Not Moving Fast Enough, New Report Finds
The world has made progress in the fight against climate change, with wind, solar and other clean technologies taking off. But more is needed to avert catastrophe, a new report finds.

Wed, 13 Oct 2021 04:00:10 +0000

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2015 0123: I have a solar powered keyboard!!!! Bit by bit, we will claim back the planet from the rising waters, before the water takes off into space. Climate change videos, to really get you worried
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In comments to FERC, renewable energy giants detail interconnection, transmission, and grid upgrade cost-sharing woes
Ørsted, EDF Renewables, and NextEra Energy submitted comments for FERC's ANOPR on transmission planning, grid upgrades, and interconnection.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 13:41:27 +0000

5 largest solar VC deals so far in 2021
Corporate funding of the solar industry -- including venture capital, public market, and debt financing -- increased 190% globally through the third quarter of 2021, according to new analysis by Mercom Capital Group.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 10:31:06 +0000

AfDB approves $86.72 million loan for second phase of Lesotho Highlands Water Project
The African Development Bank Group’s Board of Directors has approved a loan of $86.72 million to co-finance the second phase of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project. The multi-phase project will provide water to the Gauteng region of South Africa and generate hydroelectricity for Lesotho. The project entails harnessing the waters of the Senqu/Orange River in the Lesotho highlands by constructing […]

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 09:00:00 +0000

DOE invests $61 million in ‘smart building’ energy efficiency projects
The U.S. Dept. of Energy is backing 10 energy efficiency pilot projects that aim to transform thousands of homes and workplaces into resilient smart buildings.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 09:00:00 +0000

The impact of EV charging on the grid: business models and consumer behaviors
A parked EV has the potential to be a connected car—a battery pack engaged with the power grid with opportunities for charge coordination, interactive intelligence, and dynamic energy management.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 09:00:00 +0000

Portland utility targets distributed energy, smart grid in net-zero plan
Portland General Electric has outlined a path to net-zero emissions that relies on rapidly adding renewable energy assets and utilizing customer-sited distributed energy resources for grid resiliency.

Fri, 15 Oct 2021 13:47:59 +0000

Report analyzes value of renewable energy participation in ancillary services markets
A new report from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory aims to advise renewable energy asset owners on the value of participating in ancillary services markets as an additional revenue source and grid resiliency tool.

Fri, 15 Oct 2021 10:21:56 +0000
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Tigray Forces Say Ethiopian Airstrikes Hit Regional Capital
Forces in Ethiopia's Tigray region said Monday that the Ethiopian government launched airstrikes on the regional capital of Mekelle. The bombing was also reported by residents and humanitarian workers in Tigray, but the Ethiopian government denied the claims. The United Nations said it was looking into the reports of the strikes. "We are deeply concerned about the potential impact on civilians," U.N. spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said. U.S. State Department...

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 17:03:15 -0400

South Africa’s Local Elections Test Loyalty to the Party of Mandela
A floundering economy, in-party fighting and ceaseless corruption allegations are plaguing South Africa's ruling African National Congress. The upcoming local elections on November 1st will test whether loyalties to the party that brought an end to apartheid will prevail or shift in favor of a new political order. For VOA, Linda Givetash reports from Johannesburg. Camera: Zaheer Cassim.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 12:26:00 -0400

South Africa’s Local Elections Test Loyalty to Party of Mandela
A floundering economy, party in-fighting and ceaseless corruption allegations are plaguing South Africa's ruling African National Congress. The nationwide local elections on November 1 will test whether loyalty to the party that brought an end to apartheid will prevail or shift in favor of a new political order. In the neighborhood of Kliptown, Soweto, the late Nelson Mandela and others laid the foundation for the country’s democracy. Now, nearly 30 years since the end of...

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 11:32:42 -0400

Some Zimbabweans Affected by Cyclone Turn to Beekeeping for Survival
After Cyclone Idai hit in 2019, some Zimbabweans turned to activities like illegal gold panning to survive. Now Voluntary Service Overseas, an international development charity, is giving them a new option – bee keeping. As Columbus Mavhunga reports from the town of Chimanimani, life has turned sweet for one Zimbabwean because of the honey from his bees. Camera: Blessing Chigwenhembe.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 11:19:00 -0400

Senegal’s Fishing Sector in Crisis
In Senegal, overfishing has led to an environmental crisis that is having an oversized impact on small fishermen. Allison Lékogo Fernandes and Mbaye Ndir report for VOA from the Senegalese capital, Dakar.  Videographer: Mbaye Ndir

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 09:19:00 -0400

Tigrayan Forces Accuse Government of Air Strikes in Ethiopia's Mekelle
Media controlled by rebellious northern Ethiopian forces said the government launched air strikes on the capital of Tigray region on Monday, though the government denied the reports. Tigrai TV, controlled by the northern region's Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF), said the attack on the city of Mekelle killed several civilians. An aid worker and a doctor in the region also said there had been a attack on the city. Ethiopia's government spokesman, Legesse Tulu,...

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 09:03:22 -0400