1. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirmed last night that the National Center for Environmental Research (NCER), which gives out millions of dollars worth of...
      


  2. In coming week, the US House Energy and Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Energy is expected to turn its attention to the state of the country's energy...
      


  3. In an effort to meet new pollution targets set by the EU, Germany will trial free public transport in five of its major cities...
      


  4. New poll conducted by Gallup reveals that nobody is excited about riding in driverless cars. The poll reports that 54 percent of people are unlikely...
      


  5. Is what the Trump administration wants to do: http://www.businessinsider.com/wilbur-ross-moon-space-gas-station-2018-2?r=UK&IR=T apparently studies show that this will cut down on the cost of space exploration.   


  6. Musk's tunnel-boring project has received more vague government approval for its equally vague plans to build an underground hyperloop between New York and Washington,...
      


  7. Ireland government has launched an ambitious plan which details how more than €116 billion will be spent on infrastructure projects over the next 22...
      


  8. "We're getting a reputation around the world as a country that can't get things done," McMillan [head of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers]...
      


  9. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission agreed to remove what it described as regulatory "barriers" for batteries and other energy storage equipment on the grid. Now most...
      


  10. Establishing a comprehensive ultra-fast charging infrastructure in Europe is step forward cause a built new 180 electrical stations between seven European countries (Projects are starting...


  11. DOE is planning on upgrading cybersecurity efforts for the American power grid. Funding increases for this year for the Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security,...


  12. The 2.8 kilometer (1.74 miles) zipline, spanning the equivalent of 28 soccer fields, was certified this week by the Guinness World Records. The zipline...
      


  13. An explosion at a power station in Puerto Rico left the northern part of the island and portions of San Juan without power Sunday night. Puerto...
      


  14. Trump proposes $200B for infrastructure to be cut from other federal programs to pave way for $1.5T  for roads, bridges, waterways and railways. Trump’s...
      


  15. So, with all this talk about 'peak oil' and energy consumption, some scary news about our most precious natural resource--water. I had not idea...
      


  16. The UK government is expected to begin a nationwide search for a community willing to host an underground nuclear waste dump to store highly...
      


  17. Opponents of TransCanada Corp’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline appealed a decision by Nebraska regulators to approve a path for the project through the state. The...
      


  18. As Puerto Rico continues its recovery from Hurricane Maria’s devastation, the island’s government plans to sell its public energy company’s assets in a bid...
      


  19. News reports out that Puerto Rico utility workers are saying that the US government is hoarding reconstruction supplies. I think.... I can't honestly figure...


  20. Eight Eastern Seaboard states are suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over air pollution that blows in from upwind states. The lawsuit stems from the...
      


  21. California's only remaining nuclear power plant, the Diablo Canyon plant near San Luis Obispo, will begin closing in 2025, state regulators announced.  The closing will likely...
      


  22. As electric charging stations continue to sprout across the country, hydrogen fueling stations haven't experienced the same rapid growth.That's an issue in California, where...
      


  23. One of the newest "children" of Elon Musk aims to drill a network of tunnels under the big cities to relieve traffic congestion. Sounds great...
      


  24. 100 days after Hurricane Maris his the island, almost half of the electricity customers in Puerto Rico still lack power. Government officials on the island...
      


  25. Much of this infrastructure is well beyond original life expectancy. Legacy systems have been in place for well over 40, 50 and in some...
      


  26. The latest in a string of protest actions against pipelines shut down a Wells Fargo branch today in Minnesota for financing DAPL.
      


  27. Well... the rebuild playbook, not the we-have-millions-without-power playbook.  Wait... the US already has that playbook. Puerto Rico announced plans today to rebuild its electric grid to...
      

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