By Katie Valentine and Kiley Kroh on March 11, 2014
As coal production declines in West Virginia, taking jobs and economic activity with it, the effort to diversify faces a steep uphill battle.
By Joanna M. Foster on March 11, 2014
A new poll of over 1,400 U.S. homeowners concludes that homeowners want choice in how they get their power and control over who provides it.
By Jeff Spross on March 10, 2014
But its arguments for coal's greater flexibility and reliability in extreme weather also apply to renewables.
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By Jeff Spross on February 28, 2014
Wind energy kept prices 40 percent lower than they would've otherwise been during the country's recent heat waves, while distributed solar power cut demand.
By Ari Phillips on February 25, 2014
A week after President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited Mexico under the cloud of the Keystone XL debate, solar power gets a bright moment in Mexico's sun.
By Jeff Spross on February 21, 2014
An agreement for a new natural gas plant in Massachusetts would require it to gradually cut its carbon emissions over time, and then shutter entirely in 2050.
By Kiley Kroh on February 21, 2014
Renewable energy continues to make major gains.
By Emily Atkin on February 19, 2014
Despite its potential to produce more than 4,000 gigawatts of renewable energy, the United State still does not have a single operational offshore wind farm. But we're getting closer.
By Emily Atkin on February 12, 2014
The invention may be more than just beautiful. The orb-like system is touted as being 35 percent more efficient than a standard solar panel.
By Ari Phillips on February 11, 2014
Coal-burning Wyoming could start exporting significant amounts of wind-power to renewable-oriented states.