ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — An independent panel of experts has concluded that the country's multi-billion dollar hydropower dam being built on the Nile River will not significantly affect Sudan and Egypt, countries that are highly dependent on the water of the world's longest river, said an Ethiopian official.
DETROIT (AP) — Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. promises to boost the number of fast-charging stations in the U.S. and Canada to make cross-country travel by electric car possible in the next year.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to vote on its version of a Ukraine aid measure Wednesday, but inclusion of language on IMF reform could make it difficult to get the House to agree on the bill, The Hill reports.
EPA's inaction so far on carbon limits for major stationary sources beyond power plants, such as refineries, means the agency may not manage to do so under the Obama administration, National Journal reports.
NRG Energy Inc. is expanding in different parts of the country, buying Dominion Resources Inc.'s retail energy business and taking on California-based Edison Mission Energy, the Houston Business Journal reports.
Angry landowners in parts of Pennsylvania are claiming they've been shortchanged on royalties from Chesapeake Energy Corp., fueling a debate in the state over payment deductions, The Wall Street Journal reports.
FuelCell Energy Inc. was the most actively traded stock in U.S. markets Tuesday morning, hitting a multiyear high in intraday trading before closing lower, shares in Plug Power Inc. also finished down, Marketwatch reports.