Bloomberg reported the Trump administration plans on cutting the Department of Energy budget by 70 percent
It leads the way among several countries running circles around the U.S. in infrastructure development, which all have one thing in common.
Wind, solar and other renewables are much cheaper.
Recent developments in batteries are set to sweep aside old arguments about renewable energy sources being intermittent.
Science knows that ocean warming is occurring. A big challenge now is to work out how quickly the temperature is rising.
Scientists are warning us vehemently that we have to be net zero carbon by 2050, and we have to jump on getting there right now, or else very bad things will happen.
Cover enough ground with wind turbines and solar panels and you change the local climate, green the desert and could even boost the Sahara’s rainfall.
Imagine a world with so much renewable, clean energy that it could provide all the electricity society needed, reliably and without any interruption, round the clock. That could soon be a reality.
Gov. Jerry Brown, who has positioned the state as a global leader in renewable energy efforts, signs legislation setting 2045 as the target year for ending the use of fossil fuels.
There are some problems clean energy from wind and sun cannot solve. Two new studies provide a roadmap of the challenges ahead.