Now that the Keystone XL debate has hit Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium, it could be a whole new ball game.
When asking whether Americans support efficiency standards for light bulbs, a pair of polls find contradictory results. What’s going on?
Today’s refrigerators are 75 percent more efficient, and a lot cheaper, than they were in the 1970s. And they also hold more food.
A study by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories finds that adding 2.1 million electric cars would help balance an additional 10 GW in wind power capacity without the need for other types of backup.
Despite rapid growth in the ranks of Minneapolis bicycle commuters, city officials still face backlash for hiring a bike/pedestrian coordinator amid a tight budget.Photo by Minneapolis Institute of Arts via Creative Commons
A disappointing energy efficiency test prompts two Minnesota contractors to create a more effective insulating panel for buildings.
Two news outlets take on light bulb efficiency standards, but only one of them doesn’t contain glaring inaccuracies.
Colleges around the Midwest are moving away from coal-powered energy plants. Will the country follow suit?
Officials in rural Minnesota say a controversial wind farm should be reconsidered because their local law isn’t being adhered to. Will the $179 million project be able to withstand another bump in the road?
The U.S. ethanol industry has been growing for years. The question now: can it continue?