By Justin Pritchard | 11/21/13 09:33 AM
LOS ANGELES — A New Jersey energy company required by an unusual legal settlement to build an extensive network of electric car chargers throughout California has delivered just 10 percent of what it promised in the first year. By fortifying the state's still-spotty charging infrastructure,...
By Zack Colman | 11/20/13 06:43 PM
The Republican-controlled House passed a pair of bills Wednesday that would limit the federal government's ability to regulate energy production on public lands, measures that proponents said would prevent a slowdown of oil and gas drilling but face slim prospects in the upper chamber. One of...
11/20/13 04:28 PM
The European Union’s proposed fuel-quality directive, designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, could hurt prospects for the proposed Keystone XL project, which aims to link Canadian tar sands and refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast, an official said Tuesday.
11/20/13 04:26 PM
The Environmental Protection Agency issued draft guidelines Wednesday in support of the federal government’s effort to go green with its purchasing policies. The initiative, dating back to 2011, is meant to guide buying decisions at federal agencies, which must ensure that 95 percent of...
By Zack Colman | 11/20/13 03:20 PM
Sens. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, stumped to revive energy-efficiency legislation on Wednesday, suggesting its failure would prove a bellwether for future energy bills in the upper chamber.
11/20/13 10:02 AM
The difference between what the poorer nations want and the details provided by donor nations led by the U.S., Japan and European Union has become one of the top sources of friction in the United Nations talks.
11/20/13 09:47 AM
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Four percent of underground equipment in West Virginia coal mines are fitted with detectors that automatically shut down mobile machinery when people get too close, according to a state survey.
By Editorial Writer | 11/19/13 05:01 PM
Environmental Protection Agency officials have stalled for two years on providing Congress and the American people with the scientific evidence — peer-reviewed studies, analytical papers and databases — that would justify regulations targeting the coal industry.
By Sean Higgins | 11/19/13 04:59 PM
International Energy Agency chief economist Fatih Birol said Sunday that the pollution caused by Canada's oil sands was not enough to warrant not tapping the resource. The news was a blow to environmental activists opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline project, which would transport oil from the...
By Zack Colman | 11/19/13 02:12 PM
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said the $750 million in fees the DOE collects from utilities each year is unjustified because the federal government has not approved a permanent nuclear waste storage site.
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