Nocera Takes Solar Energy for the Masses One Step Further

  • Published: Apr 12th, 2011

The newest development by MIT chemist Daniel Nocera offers an exciting hint of a solar-powered world.

Fossil Fuel Expansion Continues with New Coal Mining, Offshore Drilling

  • Published: Apr 6th, 2011

While pushing for clean energy development, the Obama administration is also presiding over an expansion of domestic fossil fuel production.

Interactive Maps: Worldwide Nuclear Power

  • Published: Mar 29th, 2011

Interactive maps shed light on the current state of the nuclear industry around the world.

Colleges Turn to Biomass to Cut Emissions

  • Published: Feb 14th, 2011

Some colleges are turning to biomass energy to help reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Renewable Cost Parity: Is Wind Competitive With Gas?

  • Published: Feb 8th, 2011

The American Wind Energy Association claims wind power is largely cost competitive with natural gas. But what does "competitive" really mean?

A Million New Vehicles, but Unknown Emissions Savings

  • Published: Feb 2nd, 2011

The U.S. aims to be a leader in advanced technology cars, but a new analysis says building them isn't the only hold-up to reducing vehicle emissions.

Getting the Carbon Out of Hydrocarbon Fuels

  • Published: Dec 22nd, 2010

Study shows how coal-to-liquid fuel technologies, if done right, could help reduce America's greenhouse gas emissions and dependency on foreign oil.

Tidal Energy Tests the Waters

  • Published: Dec 6th, 2010

Tidal power is garnering increasing attention as a niche supplier of renewable alternative energy in several coastal states.