Tesla faces perils in Musk's 'potentially ruinous' SEC case
Elon Musk's legal troubles with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) may prove to be more than just fodder for his critics, posing real complications for his leadership at Tesla Inc., according to some securities experts.
Coal states prefer local wind over fossil plants — study
People who live near wind turbines almost always prefer them to a hypothetical power plant that uses fossil fuels, according to a new survey carried out by University of Delaware researchers.
Inside the utility sector's quiet fight to save EVs
Utilities began dispatching lobbyists across Capitol Hill last year to preserve the federal electric vehicle tax credit and build momentum for other transportation electrification measures, even as they largely avoided political fights over those issues.
2 visions for a Green New Deal face off in N.Y.
An alternative Green New Deal bill has secured support from a majority of legislators in New York, setting it up as a possible contender with the governor's own, rival version of the idea.
DOE should look to military to slash CO2 — study
Federal energy officials should pursue collaborations that put military energy technologies to better use in cutting greenhouse gas emissions, the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation said in a report this week.