As Donald Trump takes office, here are four energy issues to watch in 2017.
The U.S. wind energy is thriving while solar power companies are in for a rough 2017.
President-elect Trump has tapped former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to run the U.S. Department of Energy.
Google is the biggest buyer of renewable energy in the world, and it has plans to go even further in 2017.
Limiting rising temperatures would avoid economic losses of $12 trillion, a new report says.
Trump’s pledges to abolish clean energy measures could have "major consequences" as renewables surge.
Donald Trump could scrap the Obama administration’s plans to combat climate change once he takes office.
The federal government is designating 48 electric vehicle charging corridors along major U.S. highways.
Solar power capacity in the U.S. is poised to nearly triple in size in less than three years by 2017.
Removing carbon emissions from the atmosphere to prevent global warming is a fool’s game, scientists say.
Energy related carbon dioxide emissions hit their lowest point since 1991 during the first six months of 2016.
The city plans to expand renewables, improve efficiency and transition to electric vehicles to cut emissions.
Hydrofluorocarbon used in air conditioners could add 0.5°C to global temperatures by the end of the century.
The Obama administration is expected to finalize a rule this fall aiming to fast-track renewables on federal land.
The number of cities reporting on their efforts to tackle global warming has skyrocketed.
It takes less energy to keep the world’s businesses and industry humming today than in the past.
A new report shows electric power utilities are reducing carbon pollution that fuels climate change.
The Supreme Court's stay of the Clean Power Plan made carbon prices in the Northeast tumble.
Carbon emissions from transportation are becoming America's largest source of climate pollution.
North America's biggest countries will try to generate half of their electricity from zero-carbon sources.