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The weak showing of American men at this year's U.S. Open is the natural outcome of a culture that hasn't caught on to Europe's wunderkind-raising ways.
A new study finds that higher blends of ethanol could cause explosions in nearby buildings after a spill.
The pace of coal-fired power-plant closure is accelerating, thanks to cheap natural gas and environmental regulations.
The United States is set to overtake Germany, long the world's biggest solar power.
A new financial tool lets Wall Street calculate the climate-change risk of investments.
France's Total is hedging against a low-carbon future by investing in solar and biofuels.
A new pipeline massively expanded the amount of natural gas flowing into Manhattan.
China and India hold the world's fate in their hands as energy use skyrockets in poorer countries.
Researchers are deploying drones and sensors off the Florida coast to predict the impact of the next Deepwater Horizon.
Imagined by Japan, staffed by robots
Turkey Day gasoline prices are the lowest since 2010.
Get ready for a photovoltaic building boom.
In California, homeowners are pulling the plug on their utilities by storing solar electricity in Tesla batteries.
Home solar panels aren't just generating clean electricity; they're now asset-backed securities.
Welcome to the Great Green North.
China will install a third of the world's photovoltaic capacity next year—and that means cheaper solar panels for the U.S.
Two recent decisions foreshadow the fitful future of energy in America.
Wind energy is supplying up to 60 percent of electricity demand on record-setting days in some states.
The average gallon now runs an American $3.19, the lowest price since February 2011.
IBM has patented a way to cut the carbon emissions of cloud computing.