N.D. asks Trump to fund carbon capture technology
North Dakota is asking Congress and the Trump administration to steer more federal tax dollars to carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, something energy industry officials believe will be critical to the future of the state's lignite coal industry.
Fortune 500 companies forging ahead on climate policies
The Trump administration's efforts to eliminate eight years of climate change policies have not deterred the private sector from forging ahead with greenhouse gas emission reductions, according to a new study of America's wealthiest companies.
N.D. governor says 'carbon is good'
BISMARCK, N.D. — Buoyed by the election of a coal-friendly president, North Dakota's leaders gave fresh assurances to the state's mining industry by casting coal as vital to national energy security.
Wind industry touts jobs, investments in pitch to GOP
The wind industry is staking a claim on "Trump country."
A 'quiet' year so far in clean energy investment
Global clean energy investment cooled considerably in early 2017, punctuated by a $5 billion drop in U.S. and Chinese spending compared with the first quarter of 2016, according to data released yesterday by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.