Despite the electric auto industry's current struggles and high costs, the future is bright for electric cars, Dikeman writes.
It is poor strategy to reinforce the myth of fossil fuel abundance when doing so actually makes many people less open to such an argument, Cobb writes.
National security and foreign policy planners can make some reasonable assumptions about what the American energy revolution and oil boom could mean for US interests, Rogers writes.
How has energy policy influenced Americans in recent elections?
What important and unanticipated events lie ahead in the cleantech space?
Dick Williams, the president of Shell Wind, discusses a range of topics with Consumer Energy Report, including the current state of the wind industry and how Shell is positioning itself to be the energy company of the future.
While an extension of the tax credits is vital to a robust wind industry in the US, developers must start to consider strategic options for financing projects in a world without the PTC, Hinckley writes.
Most renewable energy installations in New Jersey and New York appear to have weathered hurricane Sandy relatively well. Can they stand up to storms with even stronger winds?
'The Dust Bowl,' part I, aired Sunday night on PBS stations. The Ken Burns documentary points to how the Dust Bowl was man-made – and overcome with smarter policies and practices.
Shale predictions move from the outrageous, through far fetched to conservative within two years, Grealy writes.
Over 300 coal-fired electricity plants in the country should be retired due to their extreme age, according to a new report by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
BP reached a settlement with the US government Thursday to pay $4.5 billion in criminal fines and penalties for the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Critics calls the BP settlement a slap on the wrist.
In response to a reporter's question during his first press conference after reelection, President Obama says he aims to curb the effects of climate change while growing the economy.