The latest news on energy
Heating is still No. 1, but new devices add to electric bills.
Simple steps with fast payback can cut family power bills.
Jefferies reminds us that subsidies matter.
Its scenarios assume that rapid energy growth in Asia will shape conflict or cooperation.
Book: Earth: The Sequel: The Race to Reinvent Energy and Stop Global Warming
Other countries easily pick up the slack of weakening U.S. demand for oil and coal.
Technology manufacturers are making it easier to buy more environmentally friendly products.
Industry drivers are "stronger than they've ever been," says Guinness.
The one-hour dimming of dozens of cities is a protest against wasted energy and light.
PowerShares' Global Nuclear Energy fund launches next week.