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How the United States is reinventing itself yet again

In the field of energy, even as Silicon Valley has turned cold on green startups, the cost per watt of solar and wind energy continues ...

From Ford, a Plug-In That Tracks the Sun

If Stonehenge had been built with a visitor's parking lot, the spaces might have looked something like what Ford proposes for its C-Max Solar Energi, ...

Rail brings cities change for good

The researchers looked at how a new light-rail line has changed the lives of Los Angelinos, whose city is known for its entrenched car culture. ...

It Isn't Climate Change

This being 2014, when everything devolves to politics, any spell of cold or heat inevitably leads to explanations of climate change. The conservative websites are ...

NH bills target Northern Pass, wind projects

New Hampshire's House is starting the New Year with votes on legislation that would put limits on energy projects like wind turbines and Northern Pass. ...

Conservatives form group favoring renewable energy

Conservative leaders and activists in Michigan have formed a group to support basing energy policy on the use of renewable resources and energy-efficiency programs. The ...

Go easy on Rep. David Campbell

Smithsonian Magazine reports the gruesome effect wind turbines have on bats. "Researchers have found the cause behind mysterious bat deaths near wind turbines, in which ...

Top five energy stories for 2013

Energy issues dominated 2013 from the start with President Obama placing climate change at the center of his second inaugural speech in January. That speech ...