Results show the Swiss population wants a new energy policy without depending on nuclear power.
Coal use in the U.S. fell 9 percent in 2016, even as the Trump administration seeks a coal industry revival.
President Trump's executive order on energy calls for the removal of "burdens" to domestic energy use.
The White House’s proposed budget forcefully kicks many federal climate-related energy programs to the curb.
Senators grilled EPA administrator nominee Scott Pruitt on climate change during his confirmation hearing.
The U.S. will become a net energy exporter by 2026, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
As Donald Trump takes office, here are four energy issues to watch in 2017.
President-elect Trump has tapped former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to run the U.S. Department of Energy.
Solar power capacity in the U.S. is poised to nearly triple in size in less than three years by 2017.
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.
North America's biggest countries will try to generate half of their electricity from zero-carbon sources.
Extreme high or low oil prices could prevent countries from keeping global warming from exceeding 2°C.
Falling carbon emissions from the electric power sector could help states meet their climate goals.
The EPA announced new methane emissions regulations for oil and gas operations on Thursday.
Fossil fuels will still be the dominate energy source on the planet in 2040, a U.S. government forecast shows.
The strong El Niño in the tropical Pacific contributed to lower energy demand in the U.S. this winter.
Identical data yield drastically different conclusions about the role nuclear will play in meeting climate goals.
Whatever the fate of the president's most sweeping climate policy, electric companies are looking beyond coal.
Low oil prices and the loss of a contractor have forced a Utah oil sands project to slow to a near halt.