SolarCity, the leading residential panel installer, is buying a solar manufacturer and planning to build a huge panel factory in New York.
If the city council OKs the plan, Berkeley motorists would be confronted with a "CO2 Alert" every time they fill up their tanks.
Clinton is promoting her new book "Hard Choices," but she's dodging a choice on the controversial pipeline.
The brothers and their allies are gearing up to spend $290 million on this year's elections, including money for a new energy initiative.
Nicholas Stern of the famed Stern report has a new paper arguing that we're relying on a drastically outdated economic model.
The country's spy service says Greenpeace and its ilk are reducing the nation's GDP by 2 to 3 percent every year.
Forced pooling allows drillers to tap gas beneath a reluctant landowner's property if enough of their neighbors sell their drilling rights.
It only took 35 days. So now organic advocates and anti-GMO activists are raising money for a defense effort.
The pioneering EV manufacturer is going open source, allowing competitors to use all of its patented technology.
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