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The island wants to upgrade its infrastructure, but must first wait for the lights to come back on
The gas battery’s history began with a brief note to chemist and physicist Michael Faraday at the Royal Institution
Energy Secretary Rick Perry and his department want to tilt the playing field in the name of helping a supposedly frail electric grid
The wintertime smog in China's northeastern provinces is so severe it blocks more than 20 percent of sunlight from reaching the region's solar panels. Christopher Intagliata reports.
The regulation limited planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions from power plants
Seeing a chance to lead, China is deploying clean energy, quantum satellites and genomics
The coalition is the largest number of Catholic institutions to team up for a shift to green energy
The U.S.’s 1954 Castle Bravo thermonuclear disaster offers a cautionary tale about what could go wrong
A second jolt felt minutes after this month's detonation continues to confound researchers
Entrepreneurs are finding profits turning human waste into fertilizer, fuel and even food
Addressing the amount of energy consumed by the CPU when running particular software could make a major difference to how long we need to charge our devices in future
New technologies and cheaper costs are needed to reach the 100 percent goal for Hawaii and California
How to retrain coal miners and create new jobs
The reclusive country’s latest provocation could pose a strategic threat not only to North Korea's neighbors, but also the U.S.
Security expert offers a scientific perspective on realistic options for the U.S.
The report dovetails with the president’s promise to revive the ailing mining sector
Energy researcher Daniel Kammen faults president's positions on climate change, energy and his failure to condemn white supremacists
Rising computerization opens doors for increasingly aggressive adversaries, but defenses are better than many might think