President Donald Trump’s Thursday morning tweet that the federal government can’t help Puerto Rico forever infuriated some of the U.S. commonwealth’s political leaders. It also raised a pressing question about the island’s recovery: Why is it taking so long?
North Carolina passed a clean-energy bill Thursday that could spur a wave of new solar projects in the country’s second-biggest solar state -- but at the expense of wind.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval vetoed a bill late Friday that would have boosted the state’s renewable energy target, dealing a setback for clean-energy advocates looking for state action after President Donald Trump said he would pull the U.S. from the Paris climate pact.
Almost 1.4 million customers are still without power in the U.S. Southeast as Matthew brought hurricane-force wind gusts and flooding to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where the storm left at least seven dead.
A paralyzing winter storm forced the cancellation of thousands of flights, knocked out power to homes and threatened Washington with one of its heaviest snowfalls on record as it moved up the U.S. East Coast.
Jerry Brown’s dreams of cutting California’s gasoline use in half and imposing a stricter limit on greenhouse-gas emissions may have died on the legislative floor last week. But they live on elsewhere.
An Arizona utility’s campaign spending draws pro-solar activists.
Global warming will worsen many of the challenges the U.S. military already is grappling with, the department says.