Energy & Industry
Even remote spots like the Wind Rivers could benefit from the EPA's proposed crack down on polluters.
North Dakota and Texas fields could be at a fraction of current productivity by 2040, says a new report.
U.S. population has grown by 105 million people since 1970, yet we somehow shrank our water footprint.
Western grid operators can now buy backup power on a real-time, open market to smooth intermittent renewables.
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