And it's leaving some people without the electricity to power a fan or air conditioner during intense heat waves.
Huge debts and raw sewage threaten the future of a major British utility.
To pay off expenses caused by storms or power plant retirements, utilities are increasingly turning to something called securitization.
A utilities trade group has asked the Biden administration to help boost the supply.
Infrastructure repairs are usually left up to local governments, but smaller cities can’t always afford these repairs.
Power lines and equipment have sparked devastating blazes. Now companies are asked to take stock of their aging infrastructure.
Writer Elizabeth Yuko explains why Americans use toilets in private businesses instead of those maintained by the government.
According to a new IEA report, the pandemic stalled progress the most in sub-Saharan Africa.
The upfront cost is high and the cost-benefit calculation depends and the region, experts say.
California’s grid operator hoped new battery storage could prevent rolling blackouts. Installation has been delayed.