The first law of plumbing is that poop rolls downhill. That law also applies to how costs are allocated on electric grids. And that law is about to be proven again in Texas where low-income [...]
With 78% of the population supporting nuclear power, Sweden’s plan to prematurely shut down its entire nuclear fleet is bizarre, especially since it will add over 2 billion tons of CO2 emissions, [...]
The United States continues to struggle with legacy military nuclear waste, former Energy Secretary Steven Chu said, because the contractors making billions from it have opposed a better solution.
The Polish city of Rybnik stands at the heart of the largest coal-producing area of the EU: Silesia. Now citizens are showing the ability to power a new economic model.
The Japanese government has supported fuel cell development, but the lack of fueling stations, and uncertainty about the resale value of hydrogen-powered vehicles remain significant barriers to [...]
The value of U. S. oil exports relative to oil imports is now more balanced than overall U. S. trade for the first time in decades, if not ever.