An unconventional approach to cooling sends heat to the cold sky.
Duke Energy installs batteries, ultracapacitors to cover power shortages and store energy for peak demand.
The indicted, and now deceased, natural gas pioneer was a primary funder of the Sierra Club’s anti-coal campaign.
Researchers employ a novel electrochemical process to make carbon nanotubes from ambient carbon dioxide and use them to boost battery performance.
A surge in renewable power is helping to drive the decline of the world’s largest coal industry.
Lab results herald a new era for cadmium telluride technology.
Emissions of the potent greenhouse gas are far higher than previously thought, according to new studies.
A new analysis of battery costs predicts that EVs will start making significant gains in market share in the next few years.
The U.S. government is playing a necessary role in developing brand-new energy technologies, but it may not be sufficient.
The U.S. Energy Industry Is Charging Toward Big Carbon Reductions No Matter What the Supreme Court Does
Although the Clean Power Plan is caught up in legal limbo, states and utilities are moving ahead with the transition to clean energy.