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.
The Long March toward a Chinese meltdown continues.
Is this the Trump effect?
The Philippine president cut short his Russia trip to deal with a terrorist outbreak at home.
As North Korea’s missile progress proceeds apace, the U.S. is coming ever closer to a binary choice: war with North Korea or acceptance of its deterrent.
A state-run insurance system would cost more than California spends on all other public services—education, police, pensions, and more—combined.
How close are renewables to a shale-like boom?