Policy & Regulation

What the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill means for the US energy landscape

A group of senators has released a $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework designed to make transformational investments in energy, transport, clean water and broadband infrastructure.


EDF’s planned restructuring goes on hold

The major restructuring of France’s majority government owned EDF is reported to hit a roadblock with the European Union.

Revamp of India’s distribution sector launched

Improvement in the quality and reliability of India’s distribution supply is in the sights of a new ‘reforms based and results linked’ scheme.
power sector and weather

Three barriers to India’s power sector resilience and how to address them

A new report released by the Rocky Mountain Institute explores the resilience of the Indian power sector to climate change and provides recommendations on how to build a secure and reliable grid.
energy codes

New building energy codes to help the US achieve $138bn in savings

Revised building energy codes Standard 90.1-2019 will help US buildings save up to $138 billion in energy costs over a period of 30 years.

Not just any transition

This energy transition may turn out to be a just-in-time transition in terms of combating climate change, but it must also be a morally and financially fair just energy transition.

Ed’s note: The G20 meeting was a bust

The race against climate change and global warming is not a marathon. It is a sprint. And Areti Ntaradimou fears that we don’t have what it takes to cut the finish line on time.