Securing The Border Requires Green Design And A Greener Financing Model

Opinion | Bruce Blakeman
A U.S. worker inspects a section of the U.S.-Mexico border wall at Sunland Park, U.S. opposite the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 9, 2016. Picture taken from the Mexico side of the U.S.-Mexico border. (PHOTO: REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez)

The devil is in the details.

Solar Power Actually Made Global Warming Worse, Says New Study

Energy | Andrew Follett
Solar Panels (Shutterstock/Lightboxx)

The solar industry has historically emitted more CO2 than it suppressed

Georgia's Solar Energy Program: One Year In, Only Five Sign Ups

Energy | Craig Boudreau
Solar panels at sunset. (Fedorov Oleksiy/Shuttershock)

‘Right now, on-site solar is something folks just aren’t willing to commit to’

Power Company To Launch 'Virtual Power Plant' To Help Grid During Outages

Energy | Craig Boudreau

A significant milestone in U.S. energy delivery

Scientists Say This 'Bionic Leaf' Can Create Liquid Fuel Using Sunlight

Energy | Craig Boudreau
Green energy business concept.young businessman holding leaf and standing in front of solar panel and wind turbine. Shutterstock.com/ Tom Wang

The high performance of this system is unparalleled

Shedding Light On Solar Job Growth

Opinion | Justin Sykes

It may take a village to raise a child, but it takes big-government cronyism, subsidies, and sweetheart deals to raise an entire industry.

Rubio: I Want Us To Lead The World In Renewable Energy

Energy | Chris White

‘… let’s be number one in solar, let’s be number one in biofuel, number one in renewables, number one in energy efficiency.’

Study: Coal Powered Electric Vehicles Make Europe More Dependent On Fossil Fuels

Energy | Chris White
A man observes a Tesla Roadster while it charges during an electric car rally in Parnu

Electric vehicles make Europe more dependent on fossil fuels.

Fracking Is Good, Solar Power Is Bad

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
Unless you hate science?

How Much US Power Will Solar Generate Next Year?

Business | Michael Bastasch

Hint: a lot less than coal

Net Metering Is A Rooftop Rip-Off

Opinion | Zack Christenson and Steve Pociask

Solar energy is a great thing, but the rich shouldn’t be subsidized for it.

An Open Letter to Barry Goldwater, Jr., Chairman Of T.U.S.K.

Opinion | Bob Stump

Some questions for the Republican pro-solar group that attacks other Republicans

Growing Solar Panel Use Poses Huge Safety Risk For Firefighters

US | Michael Bastasch

Solar panels electrocute firefighters, collapse rooftops

Elon Musk Wants To Dominate The Energy Market

Energy | Giuseppe Macri
Tesla Motors Inc CEO Musk talks about Tesla's new battery swapping program in Hawthorne

‘Just the start’

White House Solar Panels Produce Less Than 2 Percent Of Its Energy Needs

US | Michael Bastasch
White House solar panels

‘It’s a clear sign of our commitment to energy efficiency’

UK Scraps Subsidies To Solar Farms 'Blighting' The Countryside

Business | Michael Bastasch

Solar industry ‘dismayed’

White House Installs And Turns On New Solar Panels

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

President turns on White House solar as part of administration’s ‘Climate Action Plan’

Abengoa Solar: Obama's green energy projects fail, even when they are successful

Opinion | Marita Noon

Corruption, cronyism, and foreign labor at a stimulus-funded California solar farm.

Feds send armed officials to deal with ranchers

US | Michael Bastasch
Heliostats reflect sunlight onto boilers in towers during the grand opening of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in the Mojave Desert near the California-Nevada border Feb. 13, 2014. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

Does nothing against solar facilities hurting tortoises