Nuclear power is simply too risky and complicated to supply our country's energy.
The turbine stands almost as tall as the Eiffel Tower.
The state's geography could easily harness tons of wind and solar.
A small region in New England could generate enough energy to power 1.5 million homes.
We'll need to be mining a dozen times as many metals to meet demand for wind turbines and solar panels by 2050.
They want the world's largest accelerator bigger than ever before.
Scientists are trying to convert wood into energy as efficiently as this little worm.
Wearable, rechargeable electronics that’ll outpace the Energizer Bunny and change the world.
A new 1 megawatt solar plant opens a few hundred feet from the site of a meltdown a few decades ago.
This closure is just one more indicator of the United States' suffering nuclear industry.
It could pave the way for a better electric car or home solar power system.
Massive tankers and excess oil mean a new infrastructure, but not everyone is excited about the ambitious plans.
How a lower maximum energy capacity helps turbines perform better.
New research has found that large solar and wind installations can affect the local atmosphere and environment.
There's a world of treatments beyond the little blue pill.