A free market approach is necessary to foster technological advances that will lead to more efficient and effective fracking technologies.
While global consumption of coal has been increasing, despite the availability of more efficient and cleaner forms of energy, the U.S. needs to lead the world in moving away from coal.
The American Wind Energy Association estimates allowing the wind PTC to expire will cost 37,000 jobs, while extending it will save 54,000 jobs.
Internet companies appear to be cutting edge, however they are a growing source of energy inefficiency and waste due to poor data storing systems and internet culture.
In India, state-run suppliers have consistently come up short in honoring contracted requirements for coal.
On the one-year anniversary of the company's collapse, a look at how the company has harmed American energy security.
Texas Energy Institute’s corrupt obfuscation provides fracking industry fuel for its fires worldwide.
For the NY governor, there is the possibility of political consequences for giving in to the industry.