Environmentalists are claiming electricity customers would save money if a series of coal plants were replaced with wind and solar facilities.
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A report on the number of animals killed and species at risk of extinction lays bare the ecological impact of renewable energy technology.
The Environmental Protection Agency intends to better streamline its emergency procedures and save money by retracting another Obama-era rule to the Risk Management Program.
A bi-partisan group of lawmakers are pushing for a solution to a looming pension crisis that could hit thousands of retired coal workers nationwide.
New York government officials are proposing new environmental regulations that would essentially close the curtain on remaining coal plants operating in the state.
The exorbitant price for solar installation atop a local Oregon courthouse is calling into question the state's renewable energy policies.
Numerous nuclear power plants across the United States are unable to make enough revenue, placing them at risk of joining other nuclear facilities due to retire.
Europe's pivot away from traditional power sources without a proper contingency plan may be putting the continent at risk of a severe energy crisis, warns an energy executive.
A bill in the California legislature calls for ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft to operate solely on zero-emissions vehicles.
The sun may be setting on the Navajo Generating Station, as several options to save the unprofitable plant have either failed or are near collapse.
An in-depth study found that, contrary to widespread belief, zero-emissions vehicles actually increase the amount of pollution that is emitted into the atmosphere.
Arnold Schwarzenegger tried urging Donald Trump to join him in his campaign for a better environment by appealing to the president's affinity for "winning."
A majority of Americans agree that the government could do more to protect the environment, but there is still strong disagreement about the use of regulations and fossil fuels.
The proliferation of renewable energy in the European Union in 2017 did not stop the majority of member states from increasing their carbon footprint.
A woman attending a Tom Steyer-led town hall asked what the difference was between President Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler, arguing that the Republican president has done things similar to those of the detested leader of Nazi Germany.
Representatives of the auto industry visited the White House on Friday to discuss the best approach to reforming the nation's fuel efficiency standards.
Following California's historic decision to require solar installation for all new homes and low-rise apartments, officials look to see which other states may follow in their footsteps.
As coal and nuclear plants across the country continue to falter, members of President Donald Trump's administration are weighing solutions that can save jobs without wreaking havoc on the grid.
The environmentalist campaign against ExxonMobil lost its most prolific soldier when New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigned amid allegations of abuse.