Biden Administration Hits the Brake on New LNG Export Projects

As climate activists declare a win, the Department of Energy secretary says the pause is needed to update current policy. 

South Africa’s Economic Transformation is of US Strategic Importance

South Africa’s Cape Town is at the forefront of other major cities in Africa’s southernmost country in its approach to deal with rolling blackouts and boost its own energy security while reducing its coal usage in favor of renewables.

Defying Expectations, Solar Lures $34.3B in Corporate Funding in 2023

Corporate funding for the solar sector hit a decade high last year, but M&A activity saw a year-on-year decline, according to the Mercom Capital Group.

Biden Administration Announces $207MM for Fertilizer, Rural Clean-energy Projects

The Biden administration is allocating $207 million for domestic fertilizer and renewable energy projects as part of an effort to boost supplier competition for U.S. farmers and ranchers and help lower energy costs for agricultural producers.

A Year of Probable Improvement: The Energy Transition in 2024

The year ahead could include more technology stacking, commercialization of geothermal technologies and improved economic conditions, analysts say.

Belcher: Energy Policy Outlook for 2024

Expect energy policy to be a dominant theme in the 2024 elections.

Top US Grid Operator Sees EVs, Industry Driving Up Peak Power Demand

PJM Interconnection predicts that the mounting electrification of transportation and industry will drive an increase in power demand this year.

EIA Outlook Shows Energy Storage Capacity Doubling in 2024

U.S. energy storage capacity could expand to more than 30 gigawatts by year-end 2024, the EIA says.

Equitrans Cuts Back MVP-Southgate Extension After Regulatory Delays

Equitrans' Mountain Valley Pipeline Southgate project will follow a new path that would reduce its environmental impact for the Appalachian region—and result in fewer clashes with opponents.

Environmentalists Appeal Enbridge’s Michigan Pipeline Project

Enbridge won approval from a Michigan commission to replace a pipeline segment under the Great Lakes but now faces legal challenges from environmental groups.