GM and Honda will jointly develop hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles over the next seven years, the latest alliance to cut the technology's costs and meet stricter global emissions rules.
President Obama will attempt to kick-start a global climate agenda Tuesday with proposals including a plan to limit carbon emissions from existing U.S. power plants.
The U.S. ethanol mandate could boost domestic gasoline prices as refiners get around the requirement by exporting more gasoline, the CEO of oil major Chevron Corp said on Tuesday.
The high Arctic, once an irresistible energy exploration frontier, is losing its cool amid public relations concerns.
Three Qatari state-backed entities, including the Gulf Arab nation's acquisitive sovereign wealth fund, are setting up a $1 billion fund to invest in overseas energy infrastructure assets.
In an effort to cut carbon emissions and improve fuel efficiency, a proposal baked by the European Parliament's environment committee suggests capping van speeds at 75 miles/hour.
Verizon said this week it plans to invest $100 million in solar power and fuel cells at 19 facilities in seven U.S. states to cut its carbon footprint and make its operations more resilient to storms and other disasters.
Great strides have been made in air pollution, but despite improvements, 1 in 4 Americans live where pollution levels are often dangerous to breathe. Here's a look at the cities with the worst pollution.
President Obama proposed a dramatic increase in clean-energy spending as he sought to expand U.S. government support for electric cars, wind power and other "green" technology.
First Solar shares roared more than 30% higher Tuesday after the company posted 2013 profit and revenue guidance that easily beat expectations.
In just more than a month, a solar-powered plane is expected to take off from San Francisco and land in New York's JFK two months later -- a kind of test flight for a 2015 attempt at the first round-the-world flight without fuel.
Burgeoning global growth is set to ignite a $37 trillion revolution in the energy market. And while the transformation is going to take decades, firms are already beginning to capitalize on it.
Apple now runs its largest U.S. data center entirely on renewable energy, with a majority of the power generated on-site from solar panels and fuel cells, according to the company's CFO on Thursday.
Ethanol credit costs surged in recent weeks as concerns about supply shortages and "blend walls" mount. Two Republicans Wednesday called on the EPA to act "decisively" to protect consumers against these higher costs.
After three years to build and a cost of $600 million, the United Arab Emirates opened its first big solar energy plant Sunday.
President Obama will try to turn the page on bitterly partisan fights over energy policy Friday, focusing his first energy speech of his second term on proposing a modest new fund to support research.
The residential solar market grew dramatically in 2012, climbing 62%. Solar leasing, which allows homeowners to avoid the hefty upfront cost of a solar system by paying a monthly fee for their panels, has helped accelerate the residential market.
Walgreen Co. is getting behind the "green" part of its name, as it aims to build what it believes will be the first store in the United States to produce at least as much energy as it consumes.
Unless power utilities reinvent themselves, they risk becoming the dinosaurs of the energy market thanks to new greener energy chipping away at the traditional production model.
A major conundrum with solar panels has always been how to keep the lights on when the sun isn't shining -- but solar batteries could be the cure-all.