According to the latest edition of the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)’s “Monthly Energy Review” – released today with data through February 28, 2014…
Factoring in climate change costs and other health impacts, researchers find wind the best choice for new generation, with solar PV gaining as well.
A new project out of the UK promises to forever revolutionize the way we approach carbon capture and storage.
Swedish researchers say bioenergy with carbon capture and storage can turn around the global warming trend eventually even if we miss near-term targets.
The long-term trend is good, but Germany says increased coal burning drove greenhouse-gas emissions up in 2012 despite record-breaking renewable adoption.
A new study says the U.S. government is vastly undervaluing the cost of carbon pollution, and a true estimate would make renewable energy the better choice over fossil fuels.
The nation’s first combined heat and power (CHP) system captures carbon dioxide from gas generators and uses it as plant fertilizer.
A South Dakota geothermal firm will use sequestered carbon dioxide instead of geothermal fluids to produce geothermal power.