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Libraries in the Pine Tree State are now lending out Kill-A-Watt electricity monitors.
2007 marks the first year that new renewable energy sources make up the majority of new electricity production on the power grid.
BETTER WAYS TO MAKE AND USE ELECTRICITY
The hacky folks over at MAKE Magazine have modified a Kill A Watt energy monitor to send regular usage reports over the internet.
Turbines are a Danish specialty — what can the U.S. do to catch up?
The Tennessee coal ash spill, the largest in U.S. history, is shining the spotlight on cheap slurry ponds around the nation.
Video: Assignment Earth and Gary Strieker travel to the site of the Tennessee Valley Authority's coal ash spill.
Does Obama's energy agenda call for the elimination of importing oil from the Middle East and Venezuela? That's not possible.
The film 'Crude', now playing at Sundance, tells the story of a group of indigenous Ecuadorians fighting to restore land allegedly destroyed by Texaco.
As Obama plans for an energy makeover, his Department of Energy is still focused on nuclear weapons.
The good folks at Zaproot examine the technology behind "clean coal" and find a big pile of dirty vaporwear.
How big of a problem is the nation's collective coal ash waste? How bad is it in Tennessee? What's going on in D.C.?
Coal power is in trouble, super hip solar glasses power your gadgets, and a tiny Alabama town wants green bailout cash.
Is a kinder, gentler Exxon/Mobil — with Rex Tillerson at its helm — really changing its stripes?
Take a midweek fiver and read a few great energy stories bouncing around the blogosphere.
They have higher upfront cost but lower long-term carbon, and pellet stoves could save you money.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
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