America used to be the leader in clean energy, but it has been surpassed by China and others. The US can't afford to lose the jobs and economic benefits of green energy. Like its competitors, America needs standards that mandate percentages of green energy by key deadlines.
President Obama unveiled this week a $7 billion plan to improve energy access in Africa over the next five years. The "Africa Power" initiative was announced during President Obama's three country tour of Senegal, South Africa, and Tanzania.
President Obama is expected to roll out a major climate policy that may include EU-style benchmarks for renewable energy and greenhouse gas emissions. Can Obama make progress on clean energy in his second term?
A Republican senator from a deep-red state gives a high-profile speech Wednesday laying out a GOP vision for America's energy future—a blueprint that includes a direct acknowledgment of the problem of global warming caused by carbon pollution and which calls for more, not less, government spending on clean-energy research.
Damn the deniers, the doubters, and the do-nothing Congress. The Pentagon is moving full green ahead.Frank StocktonI'm strapped into my backward-facing seat on a COD, or "carrier onboard delivery" ...
Obama's Address: Where's Foreign Policy? President Obama's State of the Union address predictably focused on his domestic priorities. Immigration reform, a laundry list of economic initiatives including infrastructure improvements (Fix it First), clean energy, some manufacturing innovation, a bit of educational reform and the rhetorical high point of his speech -- gun control.
President Obama on Tuesday will seek to define a second-term agenda built around restoring economic prosperity to the middle class, to unveil initiatives in education, infrastructure, clean energy and manufacturing.
President Obama will seek to define his second term around restoring economic prosperity to the middle class, while introducing education, infrastructure, clean energy and manufacturing initiatives.
During his inauguration day speech this week, President Obama reaffirmed his commitment to clean energy.
Solyndra was the never-ending story of the year.