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The change does not save energy, William F. Shughart II writes.
Plugged-in devices suck energy, even when they're not in use.
The candidates' positions on these 5 issues were the most frequently ranked as "extremely important."
The Lake Anna facility could be the first new U.S. plant approved for construction in three decades.
This summer $4-a-gallon gas put energy issues front and center.
Visits to a water treatment facility always turn up cables siphoning electricity from generators.
Proponents contend higher levels could displace foreign oil, but car makers fret about engine damage.
Planned naval exercises with Venezuela, plus big energy deals, get Washington's notice.
Amid renewed interest in nuclear power, advocates of thorium say it is safer and could reduce waste.
As the ice melts, national rivalries heat up over oil and gas deposits and shipping routes.