Many of Canary’s journalists have been following the rise of climatetech since its infancy, so we trust that they recognize what real progress looks like and understand the challenges that could get in the way.
Since their inception in April 2021, Canary has brought its readers:
- Groundbreaking coverage of the Auxin Solar trade case that sent the U.S. solar industry into a tailspin this spring — complete with now-legendary parking lot photos.
- Stories from communities of color building clean energy from the grassroots in New Orleans, Brooklyn and Puerto Rico as well as sovereign Tribal Nations.
- Handy guides explaining what to ask before getting rooftop solar, how the power grid works, and what you need to know about public utility commissions, those lesser-known clean-energy gatekeepers.
- Multifaceted reporting on the landmark Inflation Reduction Act and what it means for environmental-justice communities, U.S. cleantech manufacturing, energy storage, and home electrification.
- Podcasts that give you a front-row seat to the energy-transition conversation: The Carbon Copy, Political Climate and Catalyst with Shayle Kann.
Reading and listening to Canary stories can feel like you’re grabbing drinks and nerding out with a friend who loves talking about clean energy. Best of all, Canary is a free resource accessible to everyone; its content is never paywalled.
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