Energy companies—they are huge investors in the U.S. economy.
Energy & Environment
The centerpiece of the energy reform is a restructuring of the state-owned energy company, PEMEX.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has repeatedly told lawmakers and the EPA that inadvertent use of E15 in motorcycles causes engine and fuel system failures.
The big metal box keeping your milk and lettuce cold remains a strong symbol of the success of U.S. efficiency standards.
Solar energy is too expensive for most consumers to utilize unless accompanied by generous subsidies.
A new bill in Congress would squeeze carbon out of the U.S. economy while boosting most people’s incomes.
Wind power needs the critical policy stability Congress has provided to other energy sources for the last 100 years.
New policies threaten to undermine grid reliability and to make electricity less affordable for all Americans.
To avoid the most severe impacts of climate change, we must drastically cut fossil fuel consumption and replace that energy with renewable alternatives.
We ought to base our opinions and public policy regarding hydraulic fracturing on the best-available science.