Energy

China Ramps Up Coal Exports, Creating U.S. Natural Gas Opportunity

China is financing the construction of a growing number of coal power plants in

Brookings Institution: Quick and Easy Renewable Power Is a ‘Fantasy’

A near-term transition to electricity powered entirely by wind, solar, and hydro power is

Trucking Magazine Touts Economy-Wide Benefits Created by Fracking

American truckers are finding new job opportunities created by energy production through hydraulic fracturing

The American Interest: Vital Role for Nuclear Power

The gradual closure of U.S. nuclear power plants endangers American energy security and global

China Faces Environmental Crisis from Aging Solar Panels

Twenty million tons of environmentally hazardous solar panel waste – weighing 2,000 times the

Natural Gas Reserves Reach New High, Assuring Low, Stable Prices

U.S. recoverable natural gas resources have reached a new record, a new study reveals,

Vermont Environmentalists Turn Against Wind Power

Vermonters for a Clean Environment is leading environmental opposition to wind turbines in the

Merkel Lectures Trump on Climate While German Emissions Rise

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she “deplores” the United States withdrawing from the Paris

Global Coal Power in the Wake of Paris

While the global political establishment vilifies President Trump for pulling out of the Paris

Poland Expresses Gratitude for U.S. Natural Gas Exports

U.S. natural gas exports are not only good for the American economy, they are

EIA: New Natural Gas Plants Keep Getting Cheaper

Construction costs for new natural gas power plants dropped to a new low in

Measuring Success: Renewable Subsidies vs. Natural Gas

MIT Technology Review published an article this month lauding the success of federal subsidies