Lloyd’s Register: Approaching a Global Renewable Energy Tipping Point

A critical, global tipping point is fast approaching regarding the transformation from fossil fuel to distributed, renewable energy energy resource use.

IPEEC 2017 Energy Efficiency Report Highlights Achievements, Challenges

Acting under the auspices of the G20, the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC) presented its 2017 Annual Report last week.

Stem to Roll Out AI-Powered Battery Energy Storage at Eight Kilroy REIT Properties in California

Leading commercial real estate developers and owners are only just beginning to latch on to the financial, and broader social and environmental, benefits they can realize by investing in intelligent battery energy storage systems, the costs of which are falling fast.

Global Ocean Temperature Reaches Another Record High

2017’s new record high continues a rising trend — the last five years have been the five highest in ocean temperatures.

Green Bonds Issuance Reaches Record High Despite US Withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement

Funding renewable energy and low-carbon mass transportation projects emerged as main themes as new, green bonds issuance surged 78% in 2017.

FERC Charts Open, Unbiased Course to Enhance Energy System Resilience

Closing a DOE proposed new rulemaking and opening a new docket, FERC launched a more open, holistic and unbiased course aimed at enhancing the resiliency of U.S. power and energy systems.

Kunlun Mountains’ Ice Cores Reveal Rapid Climate Warming

Data gleaned from Guliya Glacier ice cores provide further evidence the climate is warming faster at high elevations than at sea level.