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Cool Coating Chills in Sunlight

A thin film coating can chill a vat of water to 15 degress Fahrenheit cooler than its surroundings, by absorbing—and then emitting—the sun's infrared rays. Christopher Intagliata reports.

February 13, 2017 — Christopher Intagliata

Energy Costs at Record Lows

The findings counter claims by some, including in the Trump administration, that the adoption of wind, solar and other forms of renewable energy are driving up U.S. energy costs

February 8, 2017 — Daniel Cusick and E&E News

What Could Replace the Clean Power Plan?

Trump could soon issue an executive order directing the EPA to consider the Clean Power Plan illegal and stop any work related to the regulation

January 23, 2017 — Emily Holden and E&E News

Exit Interview: Presidential Science Advisor John Holdren

Scientific American executive editor Fred Guterl talks with Pres. Obama’s science advisor, John Holdren, about climate science, space travel, the issue of reproducibility in science, the brain initiative and more. 

January 19, 2017 — Fred Guterl and Steve Mirsky

Wind and Solar Growth Outpace Gas

More than half of electricity generation capacity added to the U.S. grid in 2016 came from renewable resources

January 12, 2017 — Daniel Cusick and E&E News

4 Critical Energy Issues to Watch in 2017

The president-elect will likely start rolling back eight years of Obama administration climate regulations and restrictions on coal, oil and gas development

December 29, 2016 — Bobby Magill