The International Code Council is set to consider a proposal that would strip public sector members of their voting rights on updates to influential model building energy code.
The legacy of systemic racism means many companies still start from behind when competing for financing.
Energy News Network reporters have been diligently working to highlight people who are committed to meeting the challenge of building a better world.
Fossil fuel plants with nearly three-fourths of current generating capacity will reach the end of their typical lifespan by 2035.
While the outcome of the 2020 presidential election may not be known for a few days, the outcome of several energy-related city and state ballot measures is becoming clear.