Infrastructure that Americans rely on to heat their homes and power their lights are all becoming more exposed to failure in a changing climate.
New US EPA standards mean that 90% of the power plants expected to shut down by 2020 will actually be shut down by 2016.
For the first time in three years, U.S. carbon dioxide emissions related to energy increased in 2013 as coal replaced gas.
The largest-ever proposed solar project in Minnesota received a powerful legal boost when an administrative law judge it above five competing gas proposals.
One of the many myths about renewable energy, especially solar PV, is that the life-cycle energy inputs are greater than the lifetime energy outputs.
Central Europe are in the process of making profound mistakes concerning their energy supplies, which will cost these countries dearly for decades to come.
A new study by an interdisciplinary group of scientists and economists has led to calls for more severe emissions cuts, and a tighter carbon budget.
The oil and gas industry, largely in the south-central U.S., may be emitting nearly five times the methane that scientists previously estimated.