The U.S.-backed Ivanpah solar power tower plant in California officially opens, and we tell you four things you ought to – but probably don’t – know about it.
A new 231-mile, 500-kilovolt transmission line in Nevada is touted for its ability to bring more renewable energy online.
The controversial Department of Energy loan guarantees are back, this time with a focus on “advanced fossil fuel energy projects.”
The U.S. Department of Energy confirms that Tesla Motors has paid back its $465 million government loan nine years early.
The vultures are circling the carcass of Fisker Automotive as it misses a DOE loan payment and the federal agency seizes money to recoup the investment.
SoloPower says its Oregon plant, opened last September to make lightweight, flexbile PV, will close in the next 60 days, seemingly for good.
At long last, ZeaChem is making ethanol at its 250,000-gallon demonstration biorefinery in northeastern Oregon, using non-food feedstocks.