Geoengineering schemes to offset the effects of climate change may be closer to reality than most people realize.
The city of Dubuque, Iowa, wants to install 800 solar panels atop its public works building. But Alliant Energy says the city’s agreement to buy power from a private solar company is illegal.
Photo via City of Dubuque
A new approach to a 1990s electric motor technology might help make electric cars more affordable.
New electric cars are expensive. But there are bargains out there.
So you want an electric car, but the Nissan Leaf is too small and the Tesla Roadster is too lavish? An Ohio company might have your answer.
The gasoline-powered subcompact Chevrolet Spark that will be sold at Chevrolet dealers beginning in 2012 will also be available in selected markets as an all-electric battery powered vehicle during 2013.
Saving energy saves money. A new initiative involving 32 colleges and universities aims to demonstrate that in a big way.
Could we save money on pavement markings for bicyclists and pedestrians by requiring drivers to demonstrate stronger knowledge of the law in the first place?
EnergyNOW’s weekly television program looks at the Keystone XL pipeline, including interviews with Nebraska landowners and Energy Secretary Steven Chu.
The State Department’s final hearing on the Keystone XL pipeline in Washington D.C. begins at 9 a.m. CDT.