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Local police forces in North Dakota are so overwhelmed with crime related to the state's oil boom that FBI has now become involved.
Last week, three U.S. Senators sent 100 letters to businesses and organizations requesting information to glean whether they were funding climate deniers.
The start-up Bright, with seed money from 7 Combinator, believes it can transform solar energy in Mexico.
Utility-scale solar is booming on the east coast, due to a bevy of financial incentives. But one state in the original 13 states is a real surprise.
Despite a veto that would have wiped out West Virginia's net metering law, the solar industry in West Virginia is close to kaput.
Jordan has numerous challenges, but it is rich in one resource: sunshine. Now the kingdom is accelerating the adoption of solar, starting with the country’s 6,000 mosques.
Environmental justice has been a small but vocal part of civil rights activism, and the solar industry could help--but a lack of diversity, some say, is getting in the way of progress.
Edelman has ended its relationship with the American Petroleum Institute after a long and lucrative relationship.
It has been almost five years since the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico claimed 11 lives and became the largest oil spill in world history.
GM's 34 MW wind energy farm in Palo Alto, 325 miles (526 km) from Mexico City, will launch during the second quarter of this year.
Bulgaria is among the few European countries that have announced the achievement of the objectives of the "Europe 2020" strategy on renewable energy. At the same time, the sector is said to be in crisis and unsustainable.
The launch of the Calgren Ethanol Biogester, a manure-to-energy plant 60 miles south of Fresno, will help California meet its clean energy goals.