Wealthy countries are angling for access to the resources of poorer countries to power a “clean energy” transition. But this transition is about so much more than that.
As Nevada short-circuits its solar boom, the White House gets more committed to renewable energy.
The GOP-led Congress rushed to help the Obama administration meet U.S. commitments under the Paris climate deal.
The solar and wind industries are generating new jobs as fossil fuel companies fire thousands of workers.
Electric vehicles are on the verge of disrupting energy markets.
The pope could inspire a green energy revolution among faith communities.
Scott Sklar fights for independence from fossil fuels by being whimsical and wonky.
Dominion is skimping on solar and wind as it aims to build a fracked-gas pipeline and another nuclear reactor.
The inventor wished the sun could power his inventions.
How could oil experts miss the crude crash?
Market forces are sparking solar and wind energy growth.
National security and sustainability certainly make for an unlikely overlap of interests.
We need to put the brakes on the Department of Energy’s flawed loan guarantee program before taxpayers lose billions.
Whatever caused the change of heart, President Obama has restored a small sense of hope among climate activists that he really will make climate change a focus for him in coming months.