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17 Congressional Republicans Call for CO2 Reductions, How This May Split the Left

Seventeen Republican congressmen have signed a letter calling for “economically viable” reductions in carbon dioxide emissions.

U.S. Emissions Declined in 2016, Global Emissions Flat: IEA Credits Natural Gas

U.S. carbon dioxide emissions declined by 3% last year, the International Energy Agency (IEA)

Developing Nations Account for All Oil Demand Growth

Developing nations will account for all growth in global oil consumption for the foreseeable

Low Natural Gas Prices May Force Closure of West’s Largest Coal Plant

The largest coal power plant in the western United States may shut down soon

Trend in Chinese Renewable Power Offers Guidance to U.S.

Renewable energy supporters are praising China for adding a tremendous amount of renewable energy

Wind Group’s Own Study Shows Wind Power Is Unreliable

A new study by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) illustrates just how unreliable

Fracking Added $1,000 to Household Budgets Last Year

Lower gasoline prices saved Americans more than $115 billion in 2016 compared to 2014,

Natural Gas Is the Future of Energy, and It’s Not Even Close

Natural gas is the wave of the future in U.S. and global electricity production,

Nevada Rate Fight Shows Failure of Monopoly Power Model

A new dispute among Nevada’s largest utility, Nevada electricity regulators, and the solar power

Federal Bureaucracy Stifles Smaller, Safer Nuclear Power

An American nuclear power manufacturer has applied for federal approval of a smaller, safer

India Seeking to Add Emissons-Free Nuclear Power

India is negotiating with U.S. government officials to cement a deal for Westinghouse to

U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions Fall to Lowest Since 1991

Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions have fallen to their lowest level since 1991, thanks to