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Two years ago, this gritty mining city hosted a brief 21st-century gold rush. Long famous for coal, Puertollano discovered another energy source it had overlooked: the relentless, scorching sun.
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Markets turned mixed in tepid trading on Monday. How should you position your portfolio? Tyler Vernon, chief investment officer at Biltmore Capital, and Frank Holmes, CEO and CIO at U.S. Global Investors, shared their investment strategies.
In former swamplands teeming with otters and wild hogs, one of the nation’s biggest utilities is running an experiment in the future of renewable power.
The US would be making a monumental mistake if it does not begin to utilize one of its most prevalent energy resources, natural gas, oil tycoon Boone Pickens, told CNBC Thursday.
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Markets advanced on Tuesday, continuing a strong performance to the start of March. Doug Sandler, co-founder of Riverfront Investment Group, and Mike Holland, chairman of Holland & Company, shared their market strategies.
Despite a series of snowstorms, natural gas futures are still shaky after a 12 percent plunge this month.
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Is a new “refueling corridor” in the state a bullish sign for natural gas?
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Democrat Mark Udall of Colorado does his best to promote this commodity on Capitol Hill. Check out Cramer's full interview.
James Hackett gives Cramer the inside scoop on the latest natural-gas deal.
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More businesses are investing in portable solar energy machines.
After several investigations, it was only last week that Toyota owners learned federal regulators, concerned that the company was not taking apparently dangerous defects seriously enough, traveled to Japan in December to light a fire under corporate executives. Meanwhile, millions of Toyotas continued to be driven by drivers unaware of the potential scope of the problem, and the cars continued to be sold.
Automakers, both big and small, will launch a variety of models as soon as this year to ride the consumer shift to smaller, greener vehicles.