Tying extreme weather events to global warming should make our planet-wide disaster in slow motion easier to comprehend.
A coming surge in global battery production will drive costs down, a key factor in determining whether electric vehicles will take off.
As governor, Bush signed a bill that set the state on a path to becoming a leader in generating carbon-free electricity.
Startups with novel chemistries tend to falter before they reach full production.
A small set of turbines off Rhode Island will switch on this October—could it be the start of something big?
The batteries should last twice as long as comparably sized rivals.
There’s a reason it takes so long to approve a new reactor design.
As demand for its rooftop solar panels slows, SolarCity cuts costs and seeks a fundamentally new strategy.
A new study says that today’s electric vehicles can handle almost 90 percent of all car travel in the U.S.
Hinkley Point’s demise could mark the end of the era of behemoth nuclear plants.