Trump unveils tariffs, attacks TVA, light bulbs and Biden
President Trump announced new aluminum tariffs yesterday that could hurt the energy industry, even as he sought to paint Democratic challenger Joe Biden as a threat to "our kind of energy."
Electricity to EPA: Where 7 veep contenders stand on energy
Contenders to be the running mate of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden have taken controversial positions on everything from pipelines to carbon capture and storage. Will their stances threaten Biden's chances to win the White House?
DOE touts deal to recoup $200M from failed solar project
The Department of Energy said yesterday it will recover $200 million in taxpayer dollars from a loan guarantee issued under the Obama administration for a solar project in Nevada that flopped.
'We're back.' Trump shrugs off grim oil outlook in Texas
President Trump announced a pair of energy initiatives as he stood before a Texas oil rig yesterday, courting an oil and gas industry reeling from the coronavirus as polls suggest a close race this November in a reliably red state.
Trump heads to Texas with oil and votes in mind
President Trump travels to Texas tomorrow amid one of oil country's worst downturns in four decades — and as Democrats eagerly eye the traditionally red state.