Trump huddled with execs to discuss nuclear, renewables
President Trump met with nuclear industry executives yesterday to discuss the future of civil nuclear power and the importance of renewable energy sources, according to an administration official.
Study projects 45 coal and gas CCS plants. Is that doable?
A law enacted last year that boosts federal tax credits available to companies using carbon capture and storage could lead to the removal of nearly 50 million metric tons per year of carbon dioxide from power plants by 2030, equivalent to taking about 7 million cars off the road, according to a new analysis.
Ex-Obama officials join CO2 initiative
Several former Obama administration officials are joining a University of Michigan initiative aiming to develop technologies to remove carbon dioxide from the air and turn it into useful products.
DOE unveils efficiency plan that critics call a 'disaster'
The Department of Energy released a rule this week that would overhaul its efficiency standards program, infuriating environmentalists even as it pleased many industry groups.
'Green New Deal' doc phased out nuclear — until it didn't
As backers of the "Green New Deal" rolled out their zero-carbon energy goals, tension around the role of nuclear power spilled out into the open.