Rhode Island plans to have the water-bound wind turbine in the U.S., but the wind is changing in the South, too.
New proposed EPA rules drastically would cut carbon emissions and oil consumption by extra large vehicles.
The Environmental Protection Agency took a first step toward regulating emissions from large aircraft by finding that such emissions endanger public health by contributing to climate change.
How will California look beyond renewables to reduce greenhouse gas emissions produced by buildings and infrastructure?
Solar will need to expand drastically in order to substantially mitigate the impacts of fossil fuels, but will the costs hold back its potential growth?
In the U.S., economic growth, carbon emissions and energy consumption have always gone hand in hand, but recent data shows that this trend may be ending.
Al Gore thinks utilities will become like landlines — an option instead of a necessity. Industry experts think “load defection” is a likelier scenario.
Despite recent news that global emissions have stalled, the EPA reports that emissions in the U.S. jumped 2 percent during 2013 as the nation bounced back from the recession.
In an effort to avoid power outage risks highlighted by extreme weather events such as Hurricane Sandy, New York is moving ahead with research to improve energy resilience.
A new study suggests that dry-cooled, concentrated solar in the built environment could be the next wave in harvesting the sun’s energy.