A former coal power plant in western Pennsylvania has one of the most contaminated coal ash sites in the nation.
The Biden Administration announced Monday it would award Pacific Gas & Electric $1.1 billion in federal funding to extend operation of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, the state's last nuclear power plant.
Renewable alternatives are starting to garner more support for both electricity production and manufacturing of zero-emission electric vehicles. With these potential solutions to the climate crisis, a new problem arises: Both rely on lithium batteries to store energy.
What's the cheapest, quickest way to reduce climate change without roiling the economy? In the United States, it may be by reducing methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has unanimously voted development of the massive SunZia Transmission Wind Project can continue.
A first-of-its-kind hybrid power plant with wind, solar and battery storage has opened in Oregon, and the plant could be a model as power grids across the country decarbonize.
Russia's war on Ukraine has cast a shadow over this year's United Nations climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, where officials from around the world are discussing the costs of climate change and how to cut emissions that remain near record highs.
As Colorado experiences bigger and more frequent wildfires, prolonged drought and other impacts of a changing climate, a coalition of community groups is urging the state to stop issuing oil and gas fracking permits by 2030.
The North Dakota Public Service Commission is using a recent influx of federal dollars to implement pipeline safety programs.
A U.S. District Court judge Friday denied a motion from the federal government to limit the scope of a lawsuit filed by North Dakota over security costs at the Dakota Access Pipeline.