The Clean Energy Ministerial is an international forum for advancing collaboration and promoting concrete actions that accelerate the transition to renewable energy. Twenty-three nations including the United States, India and China, along with the European Commission will participate.
Now that it is finalized, the Clean Power Plan will be an important part of the public discussion on climate change. Unfortunately, some claims may stray from the truth, so we’ve compiled some resources to make fact-checking easier.
Even as renewables provide increased diversity and reliability, there are some uncommon challenges associated with integrating them onto the grid.
Last updated: February 27, 2017 The United States generates about one fifth of its …
Coal use across the U.S. has declined, causing large coal companies to declare bankruptcy. In …
Obama’s visit with Indian Prime Minister Modi results in clean energy agreement
During the upcoming meeting between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Obama – taking place this Monday at the White House –the leaders are expected to emphasize their mutual and continued commitment to action on climate change and the development of clean energy technology.
Carbon emissions fall as China invests heavily in clean energy