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Solar stocks have been dropping on fears that cheap oil will kill demand for renewables. But oil has no impact on solar.
Suddenly cheap oil may spur economic re-calculations across the board, but analysts are sticking with a still-sunny outlook for renewable energy.
Solar now employees more people than the coal and natural gas industries combined, and is now trying to diversify its workforce.
Oil prices go down and America loses its resolve for an energy plan. It's time to change that, says SunEdison founder Jigar Shah.
Prices of solar and wind energy have plummeted and are even cheaper than coal or natural gas in some areas. The New York Times reports.
Some envision a future that relies heavily on recycling waste energy for new purposes, but is "energy harvesting" technology viable?
The world will see huge shifts on both the usage and supply sides of the energy equation, according to BP's annual global energy forecast.
Private equity is betting that gas and oil—notrenewables like wind and solar—will continue to dominate as energy sources in 25 years.
A Microsoft Data Plant in Wyoming uses fuel cells and anaerobic digesters for zero-carbon power.
Governments can manage climate change but will have to cut greenhouse gases to zero by 2100 to limit risks a U.N. report said on Sunday.
Mega investment firm Blackstone Group announced a new partnership to identify and to develop North American renewable power projects.
Tidal Lagoon Power's project to generate energy from tides is attracting financial interest, reports Breaking Energy.
The energy industry has seen several bankruptcies that ran into the billions of dollars, according to Oilprice.com.
Solar power is expanding its reach in U.S. homes, but power utilities are pushing back, claiming that some users aren't paying their fair share.
The residential solar market is on fire, but the trend could disrupt some traditional energy companies.
If Europe's example counts for anything, the United States has a lot of room to run with solar energy.
Believe it or not, the United States is not the top energy guzzler in the world.
Renewable energy advocates got a boost this week from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, but it's not enough to make the oil and gas industry fret just yet.
Ikea will sell its low-cost solar panels in more countries beginning with the Netherlands.
A prominent Wall Street equity index firm says it's trying to help investors profit from environmentally conscious holdings.
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