The Clean Power Plan to cut carbon pollution from existing power plants, proposed on June 2, 2014, by the Environmental Protection Agency, under President Obama’s Climate Action Plan not only limits our carbon pollution but also injects life back into our domestic workforce.
Utility companies and solar power companies are vying for customers' business. See how that affects you.
Every year, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) releases a report assessing each state’s programs and policies for energy-efficiency. See how your home state did in 2010!
Since the U.S. House of Represenatives passed the American Clean Energy and Security Act, the U.S. Senate started work on its own energy and clilmate change bill.
What kind of car would you get with the Car Allowance Rebate System, which gives consumers up to $4,500 to trade in old, inefficient vehicles?
The House votes on the Climate Energy Bill Friday and President Barack Obama encouraged the passage of the bill.
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee passed a bipartisan bill that does not go far enough for some environmental groups.
More money from the Stimulus plan has gone to hot and cold states for weatherization programs.
Vermont passed a bill into law last week that established a feed-in tariff policy. The policy is one of the United States' first.
Hold onto your hats, Congress is debating climate change. Right now the U.S. House is considering the Waxman-Markey climate bill. Here's where you can find more information about what is, and isn't, in the bill.
Find out what different states are doing to promote power from renewable sources, including solar and wind energy.
Lester Brown from the Earth Policy Institute held a teleconference on Dec. 11 to discuss the advantages of a green economy, for the environment and the U.S. work force.
The Apollo Alliance want you to tell the new Obama Energy Czar, Carol Browner that you support renewable energy policy.
What should we do about climate and energy issues? These three articles raise interesting questions.
Detroit automakers ask Congress for $25 billion, but that money could come with some energy efficiency strings.
The Union of Concerned Scientists is ready for Obama to take over and find a solution to our energy, environmental and economic problems through a clean energy economy.
Wondering where to vote or what's going to be on the ballot? Find answers to these and many other election questions (plus, a game!) with these resources.
Bill Clinton has 10 recommendations for what the U.S. government should be doing to promote cleaner energy.
Find out what John McCain and Barack Obama have to say about energy issues including the use of nuclear power, clean coal and support for renewable energy.
Many states are working quickly to develop their wind power resources knowing it will pay off big in the future.