In 2021 coal-fired electricity generation reached all-time highs, rising 9% from the year prior. Here's what it'd take to phase it out of the energy mix.
Wind energy is the largest source of renewable electricity in North America. This graphic maps U.S. states by wind electricity generation.
Coal came under scrutiny for its high carbon emissions at COP26, but many countries are forecasted to increase coal production until 2024.
Governments pour nearly $500 billion into fossil fuel subsidies annually. This chart breaks down fossil fuel subsidies between 2010 and 2021.
Nuclear power accounted for 10% of global electricity generated in 2020. Here's a look at the largest nuclear power producers.
Can America become carbon-free by 2035? This graphic breaks down the United States’ electricity mix, by state.
This graphic acts as an ESG report card that tracks the ESG metrics reported by different utilities in the U.S.—what gets left out?
The cost of electricity from solar PV plants has decreased by 90% since 2009, highlighting the rapidly changing economics of electricity production.
How are utilities reducing carbon emissions? Here are the decarbonization targets of the largest U.S. utilities.
Bitcoin mining requires significant amounts of energy, but what does this consumption look like when compared to countries and companies?