Energy & Industry
Boaters are joining wildlife advocates, farmers and power companies to parcel out each cubic foot of Western rivers.
A new study from the Energy Information Administration finds the Clean Power Plan speeds coal’s decline.
USGS now says the region has the nation’s second-largest reserves, but a flush market means little will change for now.
Legislators say wind needs to pay its fair share, but critics fear a higher tax could drive energy—and revenue—away.
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