In today's Wall Street Journal, President Obama embraces a conservative frame for the coming discussion about the role of regulation.
Will Generation Y choose to live in smaller spaces and more walkable communities than their parents did?
The National Oil Spill Commission has given marching orders on how to prevent another disaster. But will Congress listen?
Competition from ever-cheaper photovoltaic panels could cool demand for solar thermal.
Venture capitalists, corporations, and governments worldwide pouring $243 billion into wind farms, solar power, electric cars, and other technologies.
Seven new solar farms would have the capacity at peak output to power more than 540,000 homes.
The world's largest photovoltaic project, a massive 2,000-megawatt solar power plant complex, is finally moving forward in China.
A new report says that employment in the solar thermal collector industry jumped 22 percent in 2009 from the previous year.
John Hofmeister's prediction that gasoline prices could hit $5 per gallon represents an enormous challenge and an important opportunity.