A single CFL lightbulb could save a user more than $22 a year. Why aren’t more people using them?
Why the argument that “solar is only X percent” of our energy mix is foolish.
Hydraulic fracturing is ushering in a new era of American energy production; it’s also redrawing old battle lines over water.
As policy makers look for attractive ways to curb carbon, carbon capture is likely to be the topic of many policy discussions in the near future.
Plunging costs for solar electricity mean the outlook for renewable energy looks sunnier by the day.
Collaboration is an effective tool to involve numerous actors and collectively facilitate the energy transition in Germany.
Renewable Energy for the US: Economically Viable?
Climate policy can fail. Can it backfire?
What can the world learn from Germany about transitioning to a more energy efficient economy?
JP Morgan’s prohibition against investing in coal is a clear sign of change in finance.