Some utilities have begun charging a variety of complicated fees that are leading to a chilling effect on the home solar power markets in those regions.
TransCanada Corp. has asked the State Department to suspend its review of the company’s permit application for its controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
The number of new coal mines opening each year in the U.S. has fallen to its lowest point in at least a decade.
Researchers developing new solar technology to get more than $100 million in grants from the US government as a way to expand access to low-carbon energy.
A new study says there’s another important benefit to renewables development: cost savings from cleaner air that saves lives.
Carbon dioxide emissions in China may have been overestimated since 2000.
US Department of Energy announces $12 million in new research grants this month to learn the potential of the Atlantic sea floor to sequester carbon.
Obama’s climate ultimatum to states: Control carbon dioxide emissions from electric power plants or the federal government will do it for you.
Hawaii and Vermont both pass laws that put in place the nation’s most ambitious renewable energy goals.
The ravages of climate change could severely hurt the ability of utilities in the 11 Western states to generate power unless they “climate proof” their power grid.