The clean energy revolution is here. Responsible for two-thirds of GHG emissions, energy is the largest polluting sector globally.
In order to halve global emissions by the next decade, necessary measures and actions must be taken. The Energy program brings together policy and industry experts for global collaboration in the pursuit of a net zero future through a just transition.
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A more resilient, flexible energy system is possible — and these Fixers are working to make it a reality. Grist reached out to five 'Fixers' to talk about shoring up this essential infrastructure and ensuring the energy system of the future works for everyone.
Obviously you need more than one solar panel to power your home, and most families will need several solar panels wired together into a highly efficient solar power system in order to meet their energy needs. But exactly how many solar panels do you need for your home? The truth is that calculating the number of residential solar panels you need on your roof depends on a wide variety of factors, including energy consumption, peak sunlight hours, panel output, and your solar goals.
Solar and wind potential is far higher than that of fossil fuels and can meet global energy demand many times over, unlocking huge benefits for society.
Earthjustice is advocating for four solutions that together can ensure a sustainable supply chain for critical minerals.
Kauai might be a tiny island on the map, but it holds big lessons for the rest of the world when it comes to renewable energy.
Richard Komp examines how solar panels convert solar energy to electrical energy.
The coal industry has been in decline for nearly a century. That's good news, since it means less carbon and pollution. But there's a catch: It can also means fewer jobs and tax revenue for coal communities. But, wait. There is a way to make moving on from coal a win-win proposition. Watch our video to see what happens when labor, environmental, and community groups come together to forge a path forward.
Hurricane Ida grew ferocious fast, pumped up by decades of fossil fuel pollution. Climate change driven by the burning of fossil fuels is making hurricanes more powerful. Today, communities hit by the storm urgently need recovery assistance.
Explore The Solutions Project's interactive map to see what 100% renewable energy could look like where you live in the year 2050.
Powering your home can feel like a delicate balance of control, comfort, and savings. Here are 6 things you can do right now to reduce your energy needs, and save money every month on your power bill