Missouri solar installer making strides recruiting and hiring military veterans

Missouri Sun Solar far exceeds the industry average for veteran employment — and its founder isn’t done hiring. Military veterans are what Caleb Arthur...

Dominion needs to ramp up efficiency programs to hit mandate, advocates say

Virginia’s 2018 energy law requires the utility to spend $870 million on efficiency programs over the next decade. Watchdogs fear the first phase of...

The EU Election's 'Green Wave' Is Set To Transform Energy Policy

Germany's Ska Keller, co-leader of the European Green Party, says the Greens...

Illinois coal ash bill moves forward, but the clock is ticking

The legislation looks to provide more public participation and financial assurance than federal law requires. The Illinois Legislature is considering a bill to require...

Trump aims to cool tensions in Middle East, but Iran is probably not ready...

US President Donald Trump (L) greets Switzerland's President Ueli Maurer before a meeting at the White House on May 16, 2019, in Washington,...

Weatherford to appeal NYSE de-listing move

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Tariffs put US energy dominance at risk, says Canary CEO

Dan Eberhart, CEO of oilfield services company Canary, discusses the consequences of tariffs with CNBC's "Closing Bell." READ SOURCE

Compromise calls for high-tech bird, bat monitoring at Lake Erie wind project

An agreement includes installing state-of-the-art collision detection equipment, including cameras, to document wildlife impacts. Correction: A couple objecting to the wind project settlement have...

Stalling Renewables Growth Raises Concern About Global Decarbonization Efforts

In 2018, for the first time this century, global growth of new renewable energy capacity did not show a year-to-year increase. While...