Ten Years and Counting: Natural Gas Prices Keep Dropping

Natural gas prices for residential use have been dropping for 10 years, thanks to

How Vox’s David Roberts Can Solve His Global Warming Problem

David Roberts, who has long blogged about what he perceives as a global warming

Study: Natural Gas Growth Not Causing Increase in Methane Emissions

Methane emissions from fossil fuels are not increasing, scientists report, even as natural gas

Duke Energy CEO Explains Shift from Coal to Natural Gas

Duke Energy, the nation’s largest utility company, will continue to shift its resources away

Existing Dams Could Provide Clean, Affordable Power

America is wasting clean, affordable energy resources in the form of existing small and

Trump and Clinton May Not Be Too Far Apart on Energy

Tonight’s debate between presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may provide some memorable

Far Left Isolates Itself on Global Warming, Nuclear Power

The far left is isolating itself on climate policy, taking issue with high-profile climate

Obama’s Energy Secretary: More Nuclear Power to Fight Global Warming

Global warming does not have to divide liberals and conservatives, or Democrats and Republicans.

Electricity Prices Falling as Natural Gas Replaces Coal

Electricity prices through June of this year are down 3 percent compared to average

Small Uranium Salt Reactors Promise Safe and Affordable Energy

Small nuclear reactors using molten uranium salt for fuel may provide America with affordable,

Nuclear Power Plant Closures Raise Climate Fears

People concerned about global warming have a new challenge on their hands as anti-nuclear

Obama Plays Politics with Native American Heritage, Energy Policy

The Obama administration is playing politics with Native American heritage and energy production, dismissing