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New findings show that microbes present in biodiesel cause reactions that weaken the steel in fuel storage tanks.
Who’s to blame for the Gulf oil spill? BP, of course, but shouldn't Americans take a hard look at their driving habits, too?
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Can there be such a thing as a dam that doesn't ruin nature? Yes — but you have to think BIG.
Video: President Obama explains about how clean energy investments can diminish the environmental risks of fossil fuels and provide new jobs and opportunities.
A special commission is studying the reasons behind the Gulf of Mexico spill.
Philadelphia Greenworks, a city-run program, is celebrating its first anniversary and continues to work toward making Philly the greenest city in America.
Nature Conservancy chief scientist says the Gulf oil spill highlights how the energy industry can be a threat to nature -- and that's why conservationists must engage with energy companies like BP.
Video: Rachel Maddow interviews U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu about efforts and ideas for weaning America from fossil fuels and promoting renewable energy sources.
GE looks to develop first freshwater wind farm on the Cleveland shores of Lake Erie, creating enough energy to power 7,000 homes.
Smart grids may manage power efficiently, but they also gather private data concerning each household's energy use -- data that should be protected.
Augsburg College is now the largest purchaser of wind energy from Xcel's Wind Source, the biggest provider in the U.S.
The state's two largest utilities will buy power generated by Granite Reliable Wind's 33 wind towers in northern New Hampshire.
Offshore drilling has come a long way since the wharf-based rigs of the late 1800s, giving oil companies an arsenal of options for tapping deep-sea deposits.
BP's oil spill could hamper the domestic oil industry -- but that doesn't mean we'll use less oil.
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