In a video interview with energyNOW!, Secretary of Energy Steven Chu talks about the Keystone XL pipeline as though it has already been approved.
A long-stalled northern Minnesota “clean coal” project is again in the spotlight following a two-part investigation by the Duluth News Tribune.
Today, Vice President Joe Biden, Energy Secretary Steven Chu, U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus and others will gather in Las Vegas to talk about America’s energy future.
Electric vehicles are on a roll, but proponents of compressed natural gas cars say they are quietly laying the groundwork for a new transportation alternative, and they wish they were getting more attention and federal support.Photo by Scott Lowe via Creative Commons
Why federal support for Michigan’s growing battery industry is a bigger deal than you may have realized.
A Minnesota group’s solar video contest gets a surprisingly high-budget entry.
What’s being touted as America’s first large-scale industrial carbon capture facility isn’t at a power plant, but at an ethanol refinery in Illinois.
Some environmental activists say they’ll turn their back on President Obama if the Keystone XL pipeline is approved. But does he have a political footing to reject it?
A solar project in Rockford, Illinois, heralded a year ago as helping create hundreds of jobs, has had trouble getting financing, and has drastically scaled back its short-term ambitions.
A conservative blogger responds to my earlier post on truck efficiency standards, confirming that, yes, she really does believe the government is conspiring to take over the trucking industry.