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When the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act was signed into law by President Biden earlier this month, it marked the largest investment in U.S. infrastructure in more than a generation. But while previous historic...

“Paris built the arena. Glasgow starts the race.” John Kerry, the U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, summed it up well in his closing remarks at COP26 last week in Glasgow. I was fortunate enough to be part of the Alliance to Save Energy and the Business...

Last week, representatives from 197 countries signed the Glasgow Climate Pact at COP26 in hopes of limiting global temperature rise from exceeding 1.5 degrees Celsius.

By combining the digital and physical worlds, we can make our factories more agile and productive, we can make our buildings and grids more intelligent and efficient, and we can make our transportation more reliable and sustainable. With the Alliance to Save Energy and its ...

We’re examining common misconceptions about heat pumps – and explaining why these concerns typically no longer apply.

This Sunday, Oct. 31, marks the kickoff of COP26, a global conference on climate change that will bring 30,000-plus government, business, and advocacy leaders from around the world to Glasgow, Scotland for two weeks. With many unknowns as to how talks will proceed, here we answer what we can on...

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