Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
Plagued by a string of setbacks in recent months, the oil giant says it will 'pause' its offshore drilling program in the Arctic Ocean at least until next year.
Certain people are looking for the same kind of green they’ve always sought — the green of dollar bills.
BETTER WAYS TO MAKE AND USE ELECTRICITY
If you're thinking about replacing utilities with solar panels, you'll need to do some research and take some considerations into account first.
Social entrepreneur Juan Fermín Rodriguez needs your help to bring his innovative solar technology and business model to poor rural Guatemalan families.
The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating a proposal to ship hydraulic fracturing wastewater on the Ohio River.
The Berkeley-trained, Nobel-winning physicist is planning a return to academia as well as California, but says he'll stay on at the DOE for a few more weeks.
Organic solar cells are made with carbon, oxygen and nitrogen and are cheaper to make, lighter and more flexible than the traditional silicon cells.
Shams 1 in Abu Dhabi is set to open, providing the largest (single-unit) experiment yet in solar (CSP) technology.
A massive, concentrating solar power plant that will open later this year is step in the right direction for a region that has always depended upon oil and gas.
Another study confirms rising levels of mercury emissions worldwide, much of it from gold mining.
LEDs, photovoltaic arrays and motion sensors are helping cinemas save money while lessening their impact on the planet.
Video: Cassandra Lin's group collects used cooking oil, refines it and donates it to help people heat their homes.
Reducing soot from power plants, diesel engines and other sources will also reduce the number of heart attacks and respiratory diseases.
How energy-efficient is your home? These energy saving tips will help keep your money from blowing out the window.
Even with rich deposits, Israel currently faces natural gas shortages after pipeline sabotage.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Follow Southern Company
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.