As exciting as hydrogen sounds on a quarterly earnings call, companies will first need to overcome major roadblocks including high costs and limits on how much of the fuel can be produced.
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The changes are intended to prod customers to install batteries that can store energy along with solar arrays to help the state deal with electricity shortages in the evening.
Here’s a look at some of the prominent players in the scandal — both fallen executives and those who investigated them — and where they are now.
The debacle highlights just how vulnerable even the most sophisticated energy systems are to the vagaries of climate change, and how close it all came to crashing down.