In this week’s energy headlines, American energy firms are coming back home, and there’s more trouble for President Obama’s nominee to lead the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Enjoy!
In this week’s energy news, a think tank asks the question on all our minds: What happens to the electricity grid when zombies attack? Enjoy!
It was only a matter of time before the shale gas phenomenon jumped the pond. And so, the battle begins in the UK between environmentalists and government/industry interests eager to unlock the potential of natural gas. The story leads this week’s energy news.
This week’s energy news is led by government efforts to turn an age-old southern cash crop — tobacco — into energy.
The energy headlines this week offer a little something for everyone. Among them: Honda and GM are teaming up to figure out feasible hydrogen fuel cells, companies manufacturing solar panels finally report some sunny financials and – shock of shocks – the controversy over fracking continues with the latest installment in the Gasland documentary franchise. […]
In this week’s energy news, the Texas Aggies plan one of the world’s largest research sites for solar energy, and a poll finds small business in support of moving toward renewable energy.
The week’s energy-related headlines include Google’s investment in renewable energy, President Obama’s expected statement on power plant emissions and researchers’ work to develop a battery made from wood.
Last week’s energy headlines featured a new government initiative to encourage alternative-fuel vehicles, a military study on natural gas generators and a business that thinks seaweed can be a source of energy. Also, a new documentary on nuclear energy is stirring some interesting – even heated – discussion.
This week’s energy headlines start with the launch of what the Department of Energy hopes will become a fleet of floating wind turbines. We also saw clean-energy policy developments in several states.
In this installment of Energy News of Note, we focus on the downside of shifting energy fortunes, and government allegations that JPMorgan Chase manipulated energy prices to boost the apparent value of money-losing power plants. We welcome your suggestions for future ENN items. As always, we’re interested in the entire spectrum of energy-related topics, from consumer […]