Feed-in tariffs for large renewable power projects have been scrapped in favor of competitive auctions.
The runaway costs of propping up wind energy might be too much even for Denmark.
A novel approach to subsidizing solar energy fixes some problems but creates a host of new ones.
Maine wants to guarantee solar producers long-term, regulator-set rates. This is not what a healthy industry looks like.
America’s biggest solar companies are taking a beating as worries grow over their reliance on government subsidies.
London is using both carrot and stick to keep offshore oil output up.
Greece’s recurrent crisis is the result of bad Greek and German decisions alike. Only one is in year eight of a depression as a result.
Abundant shale gas brought natural gas prices to historic lows—and made the US a net exporter of the hydrocarbon.
Walter Russell Mead tackles the question.
Is Silicon Valley getting tired of blue governance?
The UK government promises that Britain’s new aircraft carriers will have aircraft.