2014 has unfortunately not ushered in a new era of civility or honest debate about the merits of Ohio’s clean energy standards.
New research findings do not support the claim that wind turbines affect nearby home prices.
Some people claim electric vehicles (EVs) emit more pollution than conventional vehicles, but based on what? Certainly not based on published literature.
EVs have a significant role to play in reducing U.S. emissions. How much EVs reduce emissions depends in part on decreasing battery costs and the choices the U.S. makes about lowering the emissions of the electricity grid.
The transition of mass transit buses to more alternative forms of engines, such as electric, heralds good things for the air we breathe.
California has tools in hand today to scale up renewables, and is developing programs and policies that will continue to lower the cost.
Whether it’s a high-end vehicle like the Tesla Model S or a peppy city car like the Fiat 500e, it’s easiest to grasp the driving advantages of an EV by experiencing the car in person.
A perfect storm of poor policy choices led soy biodiesel production to increase by two thirds in 2013, which represents about 35 percent of the soybean oil produced.
This past year we saw strong signals that we’re moving in the right direction on energy, with renewables like wind and solar going up.
Wind power could play an even greater role than natural gas in replacing existing coal plants.