Megan Geuss, Ars Technica

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Ontario, Canada

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Past articles by Megan:

Renewable electricity beat out coal for the first time in April

Seasonal shifts helped, but long-term changes underly the record. → Read More

Report: Tesla working on battery-cell R&D to loosen ties with Panasonic

On batteries and solar cells, Tesla-Panasonic partnership has been a little fraught. → Read More

In California, a young natural gas plant closes down as renewables get cheaper

Two GE turbines can't start quickly enough, so they can't play well with renewables. → Read More

German regulator says it discovered new illegal software on Daimler diesels

Daimler is being forced to recall 42,000 vehicles in Europe. → Read More

At House hearing, witnesses for Trump admin defend fuel-economy rollback

Appointees assert that higher fuel-economy standards would cause more deaths. → Read More

Trump administration finalizes replacement for Obama’s Clean Power Plan

Rule regulates emissions at the power-plant level versus at the state level. → Read More

Federal bill would allow clean energy companies to structure like oil companies

In the meantime, IEA says value of subsidies for fossil fuels has increased. → Read More

After June fires, energy group says hydrogen is future’s fuel

Causes of explosions in California and Norway are still under investigation. → Read More

Group to fund and operate first hydrogen fuel ferry fleet in the US

Investment group is also exploring refueling infrastructure. → Read More

At Tesla shareholder meeting, Musk assures “there is not a demand problem”

CEO addresses investors as many become more bearish on the business. → Read More

As summer heats up, Calif. utility starts cutting power to prevent wildfires

New "public safety power shutoffs" will be more common due to climate change. → Read More

17 automakers tell Trump that fuel economy rollback needs to include California

Automakers lobbied for this rollback, now asking for another round of negotiations. → Read More

Creative thinking: Researchers propose solar methanol island using ocean CO₂

Desalination, electrolysis, CO2 capture, methanol synthesis: all running on solar panels. → Read More

Tesla sold greenhouse gas credits to Fiat and... GM?

As federal regulations get stricter, auto companies look to buy credits. → Read More

Power systems company to build world’s first 1 GW energy storage project in Utah

The project would combine renewable hydrogen and compressed air caverns. → Read More

Ohio lawmakers pass bill to cut renewable requirement, help nuclear and coal

Critics say the bill unnecessarily bails out nuclear, coal owner FirstEnergy Solutions. → Read More

China’s saber-rattling on rare-earths trade has US officials looking for options

Coal runoff could be a solution; Pentagon wants funding for rare-earths independence. → Read More

US Department of Energy is now referring to fossil fuels as “freedom gas”

The Department of Energy is on its path to "energy dominance" with bizarre re-branding. → Read More

IEA: Nuke retirements could lead to 4 billion metric tons of extra CO2 emissions

New builds are unlikely to pick up the slack, but plant lifetime extensions could. → Read More

Washington Governor signs bill to allow composting human bodies

Recompose is spearheading a greener green burial. → Read More