Giant Batteries Helped the U.S. Power Grid Eke Through Summer

States are relying more on batteries to avoid blackouts, and additional projects are coming online soon.

America’s Wind-Farm Revolution Is Broken

Even with generous green subsidies, offshore wind projects are being called off as developers struggle to…

Warren Buffett’s Green Cash Washes Over Coal Country

Berkshire Hathaway teamed with West Virginia’s Republican lawmakers to launch a solar-powered project, helped by federal…

Opinion | Industrial Policy Follies: Solar-Power Edition

The contradictions of subsidies and tariffs pile up, as taxpayers lose.

Solar Boom Spreads to Timberlands and Self-Storage Rooftops

Last year’s climate bill sparked a solar bonanza for big property owners.

Opinion | Maui’s Fires and the Electric Grid

Utilities are spending more on the green energy transition than on resilience.

This Gen-Z Lemonade Might Sour

Insurtech venture Lemonade has gained a foothold among young urban renters, but executives may be getting…

WSJ News Exclusive | New Tax-Credit Market Aims to Funnel Billions to Clean Energy

First deal in federal program helps fund $1.5 billion wind-energy transaction.

From Moby Dick to Wind Farms: East Coast Tries to Pivot Centuries-Old Ports

listen to the article (two minutes) NEW LONDON, Conn.—Boats tied up Gary YearmanScallops and squid have…

The U.S. Power Grid Withstands the Heat, So Far

Power supply from renewable energy, hydroelectricity and batteries reinforces the weak parts.