Do you ever wonder where your electricity comes from? If you have ever witnessed mountain top removal using dynamite, it's for the coal needed for electricity. Maybe there's another way.
The nuclear power industry is arguably the most heavily subsidized industry in the United States. This article explores how the nuclear power industry is subsidized in not so obvious ways.
The Philippines is one of the countries in the Asian region with considerable natural gas reserves.
In 1986 the nuclear power station at Chernobyl suffered a catastrophic fire which irradiated vast areas of land and killed or will kill thousands of people. Here we look at work to help the people.
Health hazards and possible economic advantages of the Keystone XL Pipeline clash amid blockades and legislation. What we do know is that tar sands cause cancer.
How do we conserve natural resources? Quite easily, yet one of our most vital resources; water, is wasted everyday. There's a water crisis, we need to adopt the best water conservation methods, today.
The 2008 oil price rise came to a screeching halt when President Bush overturned executive order banning more offshore drilling. Oil prices had been rising not because of an oil shortage but because of a fear of an oil shortage.
The magnetic portion of sunlighthad been dismissed by scientists as too weak to be of any use for solar energy electricity generation. However, a recent breakthrough by a professor at the University of Michigan could one day lead to a whole new generation of solar energy capture devices that...
Public utilities control the so-called public utilites commission which is supposed to protect consumers. Rates are rigged to favor the utility instead.
The latest in the Project Good Words series. This week the baton and the word "ENERGY" was passed on to me, so let's not just sit around but put that word to the test...here we go! Please join in.