Small-scale, locally owned power (mainly solar) is spreading quickly and has enormous potential.
Literally no one saw this coming. BP, for example, was staggered.
Gina Rinehart, world’s richest woman, can’t believe she has to pay miners more than they would earn in Africa. She’d much rather pay them $2 a day (or less).
His arguments against the wind production tax credit would be much better applied to subsidies for Big Oil.
A bill that would have let anyone in California buy power from small-scale, local renewable projects was killed by big investor-owned utilities.
BP says it’s not entirely clear who’s to blame. (Really.)
If you find yourself at the Israeli biblical theme park Kfar Kedem and you see a flashing light, don’t be alarmed — you are not having a hallucination brought on by Talmudic scholarship and hummus. You are seeing a wireless router …
BP is claiming in a civil suit that it’s pretty much done cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico. The federal government’s response: Like hell.
Here’s a good overview of the state of energy politics in America today.