Deregulated states may spend more on transmission, but that part of the market is still heavily regulated.
"Engineers are really good at making things better, but they can't make them better than the laws of physics permit."
Many politicians who want to ban gas-powered vehicles appear to misunderstand the science.
The market already is moving in the EV direction, so the state should just let companies do their thing.
Amid a heat wave, warnings were sent out not to recharge electric vehicles during peak hours.
A 40 percent cut in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 is possibly achievable.
Blaming oil companies and Vladimir Putin for our current energy woes is dishonest and unhelpful.
Any future regulations will require clear authorization from Congress.
Teutonic carbon dioxide emissions and electricity prices are projected to increase as a result.
An attempt to reduce idle electricity consumption actually incentivizes selling more powerful equipment.
Secretary of State’s office verifies his opponents have gathered enough valid signatures.
Yes, and it's only going to get cheaper.
Maybe California will figure out how to keep the lights on by then.
Los Angeles Will Shut Off People's Utilities For Hosting Parties, Not For Failing To Pay Their Utility Bills
Mayor Eric Garcetti's plan to shut off utility service to violators of bans on private gatherings poses grave civil liberties and due process concerns.
In a State of Emergency, the President Can Control Your Phone, Your TV, and Even Your Light Switches
Under a little-known regulation that dates back to the 1930s, the president has legal power over electronic transmissions.
So far, Trump's efforts to subsidize his coal cronies have failed.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Orders Regulators to Figure Out How to Keep Renewables from Crashing the Electric Power Grid
New energy market distortions to fix old energy market distortions
Government monopolies drive prices up.
While supposedly delivering about the same amount of electricity.
Privately funded, carbon-free, walk-away-safe, burns nuclear waste - what's not to like?
A lot of pain for what gain?
Reason warned back in 2011 that environmentalists would oppose cheap natural gas
No regulation is "appropriate" if it does significantly more harm than good, argues majority opinion.
You cannot solve climate change by denying the poor access to energy.
Smart unsubsidized private investments in renewable power resources might increase the energy independence of the United States
Maybe Congress can't "turn back the clock" on the EPA's lawless Clean Power Plan, but the courts may well do so.
Making a giant octopus is way more enlightening than taking the SAT or Sociology 101.