This Doesn’t Happen In A Normal Climate– Or Power Grid

An unusual winter storm in the Lone Star State is prompting the grid operator to orchestrate voluntary blackouts– asking people to shut off power voluntarily. Climate change, power reliability, and the state of infrastructure in the United States in 2021.

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POCACITO Explores Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Germany

Nat gets a chance to chat with Chloe Maryam Mohr, a Senior Planner with Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, who joined the latest POCACITO cohort for a study tour of Germany’s entrepreneurial ecosystem in sustainability and energy.

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The Red-Blooded, Gas-Fired Future of Midwestern Energy

I attended a forum on DTE’s Integrated Resource Plan Tuesday. The state’s public service commission, an entity that seems to

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Ontario Hydro vs. Michigan Coal: A Cross-Border Perspective on Energy Policy

Michigan’s neighboring state, also known as the Canadian province of Ontario, has been struggling for months with untenable increases in

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