April 2022

From Intermittency to Stability with Green Hydrogen

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Solar and wind are clean, renewable sources of energy, yet they are available only intermittently. But what if they could be turned into a stable supply of electricity? A French energy company is developing several projects in the region to do just that, with the help of green hydrogen.   HDF Energy—the acronym stands for […]

The Persistent Challenge of Access to Clean Cooking

Thursday, April 28, 2022

In much of the world—including parts of the Americas—cooking indoors over an open fire is still a common practice, one that causes serious harm to the environment and to human health. Why is access to clean cooking such a seemingly intractable challenge? And why doesn’t it get more attention?   Like access to electricity, access […]