The Ford Motor Company is pushing ahead with a new fleet of all-electric vehicles and hybrids whether or not U.S. customers are ready.
Author: Tina Casey
More evidence that renewable energy is here to stay: experienced developers, mature supply chain, big investments from oil companies help drive costs down.
Trump championed the new tax law as a boon to U.S. workers, but it didn’t stop Walmart from closing 63 Sam’s Club stores and laying off thousands.
Indications are growing that President Donald Trump will pull the U.S. out of NAFTA, effectively killing the market for coal power generation in the U.S.
The Energy Department threw one last lifeline to the U.S. coal industry, but Trump’s appointees at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission yanked it away.
By linking its fortunes to the Trump brand, AT&T has brought on a storm of criticism over layoffs and exposed its net neutrality position to more scrutiny.
U.S. President Trump promised to put coal miners back to work, but the industry is losing hundreds more jobs with the shutdown of a Pennsylvania mine.
AT&T and other companies tried to bolster the Trump brand at the close of 2017 with good news about employee benefits, but more layoffs loom in 2018.
Obama-era renewable energy projects continue to push coal aside while fostering economic growth, as demonstrated by two new solar projects in Nevada.
One year after a new book detailed BP’s failed “Beyond Petroleum” campaign, the company plunges back into renewables with a $200 million solar energy buy.
The global mining giant BHP affirms the consensus on climate change, further isolating President Trump’s efforts on behalf of the U.S. coal industry.
The U.S. held a new Alaska oil lease auction last week. Results indicate that Trump’s push to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge could fall flat.
ExxonMobil has been the arch enemy of climate science and now suddenly the company is a warrior for climate action, thanks to a shove from the Heartland Institute.