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Railroad accidents are up in recent years, and Amtrak accidents are up even more than the national average, according to government data.
California is adopting new drought-fighting rules, but many people in the state don't seem interested in cutting back on water use.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has a plan to provide homes with energy storage, but it's not clear how much it will benefit consumers.
A 71-year-old man suing Consolidated Edison has listed his dog as a plaintiff, DNAinfo reported Wednesday.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how the auto company could fundamentally change energy consumption in the U.S.
Solar power is proving it can compete without government help. And that means the main criticism of solar—cost competitiveness—is history.
Solar's big heyday may be just three years away as the unsubsidized cost of panels plus storage will cost less than the grid in some areas, Bernstein said.
Southeast Asia's biggest coal-fired power plant on the island of Java, but the $4B project is yet to be launched and President Widodo is in a dilemma.
As India launches an $18B plan to spread the information revolution to its provinces, it faces power cuts, badly planned, congestion and monkeys.
CNBC screened the large cap S&P 500 index to see where the hottest parts of the dividend stock market have been.
Prices of fossil fuels may be plumbing multi-year lows, but that's not likely to keep them from being displaced by renewable energy, analysts said.
The myth that only liberals support solar technology is being shattered by loud voices coming from the right.
Some utilities are pushing back against the growing number of customers who use solar technology to generate their own electricity.
Some environmental groups are taking issue with First Solar's new farm, in which Apple is making a big investment.
In New York City, it can be hard for some people to keep on the heat inside their own apartments. But a start-up is trying to fix the problem.
As the U.S. economy settles into tepid growth, investors should buy stocks whose revenues are not dependent on the economic cycle, history shows.
The energy giant is engulfed in a corruption scandal that could threaten to engulf Brazil's most senior politicians.
ISIS makes its fortune by selling oil from seized territory to its enemies, NBC News reports.
Believe it or not, the United States is not the top energy guzzler in the world.
Thomas Farrell is more than just the CEO of Dominion Resources. He's adding writer and producer to his resume with new Civil War flick.