by Jeff Spross Jul 1, 2014
Energy efficiency, once dismissed as “Jimmy Carter trying to persuade [Americans] to wear an extra sweater and turn down the thermostat,” is now a booming high-tech industry.
by Ari Phillips Jun 12, 2014
U.S. homes are wasting up to $4 billion worth of electricity annually - and emitting roughly 16 million tons of carbon dioxide - just because residents are drying their clothes inefficiently.
by Ryan Koronowski May 28, 2014
FirstEnergy, the utility pushing for legislation to gut the clean energy and efficiency standards, isn't trumpeting that the law has helped customers save $2 for every $1 they spend on efficiency projects.
by Joanna M. Foster May 22, 2014
A controversial bill that would freeze Ohio's renewable energy and energy efficiency programs has stalled in the House, thanks to outspoken church leaders who oppose it.
by Andrew Breiner May 16, 2014
A host of new graphics capabilities and hardware gimmicks have made the newest generation of video game consoles the biggest power-sucks yet.
by Katie Valentine May 13, 2014
"This useless, mind-boggling obstruction is what continually grinds the wheels of the Senate to a halt."
by Emily Atkin May 9, 2014
Here are six ways the President's actions will increase solar power and energy efficiency in the United States.
by Katie Valentine May 8, 2014
The Shaheen-Portman bill would raise energy efficiency in buildings and boost conservation efforts.
by Katie Valentine Apr 24, 2014
“It defies all logic that Ohio lawmakers would be tempted to do away with this kind of success.”
by Ari Phillips Apr 10, 2014
The March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan didn't only shut down the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, it caused Japan to close all 50 of its nuclear plants.