Energy efficiency – revolutionized by cyber networks – may carry the same impact as a new oil boom. Electricity users are seeing power in their 'negawattage' as they cut their bills by 90 percent.
Two-and-a-half years after the disaster, the nuclear plant continues to pose problems. Here's what you need to know now.
The California Public Utilities Commission has voted unanimously to allow ridesharing services to operate in the Golden State as 'Transportation Network Companies.' Drivers will now have to pass a criminal background check and take safety classes, among other requirements, while their cars will have to pass 19-point inspections.
The Keystone pipeline was first proposed five years ago. A lot has changed since then and the Canadian economy is starting to ponder a future that's less coupled to the US energy market, Graeber writes. TransCanada, with its domestic pipeline proposal, is already hedging its bets on the Keystone pipeline.
The Environmental Protection Agency's new rules on carbon emissions make carbon capture and storage a make-or-break technology for the coal industry. Ultimately, the fate of the technology and the coal industry lies with market forces, not technical know-how.