The latest news on electricity
If only something as simple as mandating longer afternoon hours could halt the steady increase in electricity demand.
The nation's grid operator was optimistic, but demand and weather added uncertainties in a state with little room for error.
Today's massive power outage across a wide swath of the Sunshine State brings to mind the vulnerability of dependency on huge power systems. In 2003, after a summertime widespread blackout in the Midwest and Northeast, U.S. News investigated what is a chaotic system of energy delivery. And last year, we looked at continued bottlenecks in the system.
Could wearing clothes help keep your gizmos charged?
There's a need to pursue both ethanol and electricity.
Unlocking the value of using less power.
Flat-panel TV prices may plummet this holiday season, but don't overlook the energy costs.
The high upfront cost means this is an investment in smarter holidays.
Using salad bar ingredients, researchers have developed the most efficient hydrogen-producing method.
Midwestern states are the latest to craft a regional climate change deal.