This week, current U.S. Secretary of Energy and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry accepted the “Good Neighbor Award” given by the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce
New research shows how climate and air quality policies can work together to clean up China's air
Earlier this month, Solstice Energy Solutions—a start-up working to bring an energy-metering program to homes across Nigeria—took the $100K grand prize at the MIT Clean Energy competition...
Flying cars are the latest tech-tastic news bubbling out of Silicon Valley. But even if they are feasible, will they solve any real problems?
Art Rosenfeld was an energy-efficiency pioneer whose work served as the foundation for numerous state and federal regulations to save energy across the U.S.
Earlier this month, four self-driving cars raced a 3.2-kilometer (two-mile) track in Northern California
The pollution coming out of your tailpipe could be recycled into high-quality ink according to a group of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Our democracy depends on evidence-based policy. Our economy depends on the U.S. scientific enterprise. The time has come for scientists to make their voices heard.
If the world is to have a chance of meeting the targets set in the Paris agreement, countries need to move to zero-carbon energy systems now. Here’s why, based on our research that was recently published in Nature Energy ...
All of the equipment and manpower required to get electricity from power plants to customers costs about 750 dollars annually per customer
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