The latest news on energy
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.
If only something as simple as mandating longer afternoon hours could halt the steady increase in electricity demand.
Q&A with Robert Bryce, author of 'Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of Energy Independence'.
Along with environmental and security worries, add the threat of a higher price for power as natural gas imports rise.
Better using the Earth's heat is part of the Internet giant's drive for cheaper renewable energy.
Carter's energy secretary thinks energy prices will keep rising and predicts a painful transition.