Silicon Anodes Muscle in on Battery Technology

By Tom Rickey, PNNL Silicon is a staple of the digital revolution that rejects lots of signals on a device that is probably only a few inches from your eyes at the moment. Now the same abundant, inexpensive material is becoming a serious candidate for a major role in the burgeoning battery business. It is … Read more

Congress Must Not Ignore Residential Solar Tax Credit Inequities

Greetings from RMI.By Ryan Shea and Russell Mendell Through the Justice40 initiative, President Biden has made it clear that it is a priority to bring clean energy benefits to marginalized and low-income communities. Right now, low-income households are experiencing up to three times greater energy burden (the percentage of household income spent on energy costs) … Read more

Accelerating Transformation to All-Electric Buildings in NY

By Samantha Wilt, Senior Policy Analyst, Climate & Clean Energy Program The ambitious goal of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 85% by 2050 will require a transformation of the energy, transport and construction sectors. As highlighted in the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s … Read more