In addition to being a natural wonder, the eclipse is also a reminder of the incredible power of our sun—and the growing promise of solar power.
Agreeing to house a new power plant will bind Duke University to fossil fuels beyond the middle of the century, marking a serious step backward from its climate commitments while Duke Energy enjoys the profits.
Most North Carolinians know little about their Constitution, and about their rights to a clean air and water under it.
Wind as a clean energy source is in our nature along the South Carolina coast. And along the northern part of the coast, most area residents, businesses, tourists, and marine recreationists are in agreement.
South Carolina has only scratched the surface of its solar potential. How can it continue? Through better policy decisions.
More than a year after we started bringing you our daily email digest, today we launch the new Southeast Energy News, featuring original reporting from freelance contributors throughout the region.