If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. It may be an old adage, but five minutes in a bustling kitchen leaves little doubt that it's also literally true. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, restaurants spend approximately...
U.S. power plants cut emissions from nitrous oxides, sulfur dioxide (SO2) and CO2 in 2011 even as overall electricity generation increased, according to data from the Energy Information Administration and the EPA.
California and Texas might be leading the nation's rollout of solar and wind power, respectively, but Washington, where hydroelectric dams provide over 60 percent of the state's energy, was the country's biggest user of renewable power in 2011, according to new statistics...
Smart grid development in China will generate $127 billion in cumulative revenue from now to 2020, according to a new report. The Chinese government's current energy strategy calls for "strengthening the construction of the smart grid" and this is resulting in considerable...
When the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 was passed earlier this year, contractors and homeowners were rewarded for energy-efficient construction and high-efficiency appliances through renewed and revised federal tax incentives.
Recently President Obama used his trip to Austin, Texas, to announce the creation of three more public-private manufacturing research institutes as nodes of a $1 billion National Network for Manufacturing Innovation. On the same day, though, there was another intriguing...
State legislatures are focusing on energy efficiency policy this session, but there could be a widening gap between leading states and laggards, research by the Center for the New Energy Economy at Colorado State University suggests.
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