David Foster will serve as a senior adviser to Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz.
The new $15 million program will help state and local governments expand solar energy use.
The report found federal energy regulators leaked sensitive information on vulnerabilities of the...
EPA's pick for assistant administrator of the Office of Air and Radiation will go before the Senate...
The long-awaited plan in the climate change fight provides no hard timeline for the EPA.
Amid calls for fast-tracked natural-gas exports, the Energy Department gave the green light to a...
The Senate hearing will dive into the recent increase in accidents of railcars carrying crude oil.
More workers are being tested after a leak at the nuclear waste dump earlier this month.
A number of senators met with Canadian officials to discuss approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
The recent oil train accidents "demand increased vigilance," the senators wrote on Thursday.
More energy-efficient housing and appliances have driven power usage to a 12-year low.
The Obama administration took credit on Wednesday for reports that domestic crude oil production...
The new process is designed to favor more commercially viable projects.
The loan help will go toward projects that reduce or capture greenhouse gas emissions.
The legislation would expedite natural gas exports to U.S. allies.
Texas alone provides roughly 35 percent of the crude oil produced.
Calls for expedited liquefied natural gas exports to Ukraine and Europe have intensified.
The crisis has turned natural gas exports into a contentious issue in Washington.
President Obama released his budget proposal for 2015 on Tuesday, which aims to increase...
The Arctic blast has sent gas prices to five-year peaks.
An uptick in coal consumption pushed emissions higher in 2013.
Ernest Moniz agreed to resume energy talks with India at "a mutually convenient date."
The Senate Democrat called for an Energy inspector general to resume its investigation.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz shot back on Thursday at speculations that the technology required...