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Researchers have altered E. coli to make the fuel molecules normally found in diesel or jet fuel.
A new solar cell can produce two electrons for every particle of light that hits it, at least at certain wavelengths.
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Washington Post energy correspondent Steven Mufson traveled the 1,700-mile path of the controversial tar sands pipeline.
Fair Oaks Farms now powers 42 tractor-trailers with compressed natural gas from methane, the largest project of its kind to date.
An investigation into complaints of bad smells and resultant side effects has revealed a wastewater leak at Chalmette Refinery.
Community woodworking shops become popular, insect wings microscopically shred bacteria, and the size of ExxonMobil's Arkansas oil spill grows.
The famous Texas oil and gas executive offers his unvarnished opinion on what's happening inside the Beltline on 'Morning Joe.'
The IBM Roadrunner supercomputer smashed records when it was built in 2008, quickly becoming the world's fastest. Now it has been shut down because it's not energy-efficient enough.
Watch the live Google+ Hangout we did March 25 — part of this month's Joy of Less challenge — and get some tips from energy experts
Scientists at the University of Georgia have created a microbe that converts carbon dioxide into biofuel, a discovery that might boost the battle against climate change.
The Scottish government recently approved the construction of a wind farm set off the coast from Donald Trump's golf course. The reality television star is not happy.
In approving an offshore wind farm, the Scottish government deals with bellicose interloper Donald Trump in a manner in which everyone should deal with Donald Trump: They simply ignore him.
Modified E. coli would convert plant waste into fatty acids, and then into fuel.
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