Newly elected Republican leaders may be blocking passenger-rail plans in Wisconsin, Ohio and New Jersey and wishing it were the 1950s in Congressional transportation planning, but at least we're doing better than Moscow.
An especially filthy coal-fired power plant in northwest Indiana will belch its last cloud of soot, carbon, mercury, and other pollutants sometime between 2014 and 2017.
No amount of infrastructure will be sufficient if we continue to treat vehicular manslaughter so cavalierly.
If renters aren't staying and landlords aren't paying utility bills, who pays for home-energy improvements?
The film looks mighty, mighty earnest, so consider yourself warned if you're prone to nodding off at such things.
President Obama's proposed high-speed train system will be replaced with a fleet of buses that will rocket along highways at speeds up to 165 mph (according to The Onion).
The good folks at Funny or Die have new video skewering Chevron's cynical "We agree" ad campaign.
The California revolt over smart grids says plenty about the importance of psychology in energy tech. And while protests over radiation and cost ripoffs may be debunk-able, privacy concerns aren't going away quickly.