wind energy

We wanted to look up and down the alternative energy sector patch to see just how bad the carnage was on Monday, March 9, 2020.
Microsoft is already high on the list in ESG indexes and exchange-traded funds. Now the software and technology giant has an even larger environmental goal: it wants to be carbon negative.
Two investing themes have become much more dominant of late. One concerns climate change, and the other has a partial overlap as it covers the theme of environmental, social and governance strategies.
While much attention has been given to efforts of moving beyond fossil fuel use in the twenty-first century, many infrastructure entities from utilities to investment companies to government-related...
The budget bill approved by Congress and signed last week by the president includes some items clean energy advocates wanted, along with others that are likely to make matters worse.
Recycling wind turbine blades that have reached the end of their useful lives is not something that public officials or landfill operators have thought much about. Now would be a good time to get...
The state of Rhode Island has denied a construction permit for a new natural gas-fired power plant saying that it's no longer needed and, besides, it's too dirty.
Short interest in solar energy stocks rose in the reporting period that ended October 15. Alternative fuel stocks, however, fell out of favor.
Wind energy has the potential to generate far more than 100% of global electricity demand by 2040. But is there the will to make the investment?
The U.S. green economy contributed about 7% to the country's gross domestic product in fiscal year 2016 and employed nearly 9.5 million Americans.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration has projected that almost half of global electricity generation by 2050 will be fueled by renewable sources.
The coming expiration of several tax incentives aimed at reducing U.S. carbon emissions raises the question of whether renewing and expanding them will help achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. A new...
Investing in renewable energy gets a lot of attention for being the "right thing" to do to save the planet from the effects of climate change. Rarely, however, is it praised as a sound economic...
Investment in clean energy projects dropped by 14% worldwide in the first half of 2019, largely the result of a 39% drop in new Chinese investment. But there were some bright spots as well.
U.S. electricity generation from renewable sources surpassed coal-fired generation for the first time ever in April.