The Center for Strategic and International Studies to host a forum on the expansion of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, featuring speakers from the Department of Energy, General Motors and Atlas Public Policy.
By selling 333 megawatts of wind assets in Maine for $209 million to its yieldco Terra Nova Renewable Partners and other investors, SunEdison says it’s providing itself with a development margin, Reuters reports.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada plans to offer $335 million in state tax incentives and infrastructure upgrades to an upstart, Chinese investor-backed electric carmaker that wants to build $1 billion production plant in a Las Vegas suburb — an agreement Gov. Brian Sandoval called a good bet for Nevada's future.
The Republican governor on Thursday formally announced a tentative deal with Faraday Future, and projected the overall economic impact on the local and state economy would be $85 billion over 20 years.
A deal struck five years ago to remove four hydroelectric dams from the Klamath River is looking likely to collapse as Congress won’t be acting to endorse it before an end-of-year deadline, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Pioneer Natural Resources is the second U.S. firm, after Enterprise Products, to begin exploring how to take advantage of the end of the U.S. oil export ban and could begin shipments by the middle of next year, The Hill reports.
Two competing initiatives designed to give Florida residents a constitutional right to rooftop solar energy are running out of time without enough signatures yet to make next November's ballot, the Naples Daily News reports.
SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive joined Sen. Charles E. Schumer in Buffalo this week to call the five-year extension of a federal tax subsidy "super important" to the continued growth of the solar power industry, The Buffalo News reports.
Continued concerns about oversupply forced oil prices downward early Wednesday, nearing an 11-year low already reached once this week. London Brent fell 31 cents to $37.05 a barrel while U.S. crude remained unchanged at $37.50, Reuters reports.
A group of researchers at MIT, the University of California-Berkeley, and the University of Colorado have developed a new computer microchip that uses optical technology and creates the potential to make future computer data centers more energy efficient, the journal Science reports.
A Japanese court on Thursday rejected safety concerns and approved letting Kansai Electric Power, the country's second biggest utility, restart four nuclear reactors shuttered since the 2011 Fukushima disaster, Reuters reports.