Ford and General Motors have tempered plans for E.V. production, but governments still spend billions of dollars in incentives.
The Golden State's new rules—which Pennsylvania's Environmental Quality Board opted to copy—will increase the cost of a new truck by about one-third.
The Edison Electric Institute submitted comments clarifying that although it supports the EPA's goal of decarbonization, the technologies being presented are not sufficiently proven effective.
The new administration plans to end the state monopoly on oil and gas.
Deregulated states may spend more on transmission, but that part of the market is still heavily regulated.
Climate scientist Andrew Dessler of Texas A&M University defends urgent action on climate against scientist and author Steven Koonin.
Donald Trump legalized energy-hungry short-cycle dishwashers. The current administration is undoing that progress.
An attempt to reduce idle electricity consumption actually incentivizes selling more powerful equipment.
But they swear the new regulations will actually save homeowners money.
'We're going to work on the CAFE standards so you can make cars in America again'
Energy taxes are obvious to voters, while the effects of energy efficiency standards are sneakier
Politicians prefer efficiency mandates because they are less obvious to voters than taxes.
Paris climate agreement will reduce global warming by 0.2 degrees Celsius by 2100
The U.S. renewable fuels standard backfires
Energy demand projected to increase by nearly 50 percent by 2040
The top income quintile received about 90 percent of all electric and hybrid car tax credits.
Will government solutions to global warming be worse than global warming?
Flying is less carbon-sinful than driving
Migration and climate played bigger roles
The acclaimed author in a wide-ranging conversation with the New York Times' John Tierney