The theory describes how heat moves through solids.
China is rapidly gaining on the U.S. lead in Asia, but its quick growth requires more energy. That’s where Russia comes in.
Volcanic ash, often a waste material, could change how we build our cities.
President Trump is supposed to be the “coal president,” but his own appointees may have just lost thousands of coal jobs.
Here's what we know—and don't know—about our neighboring planet.
Thawing permafrost in the city of Bethel is wreaking havoc on the local landscape.
The past two winters were warmer than normal
Energy harvested from the evaporation of water might be able to provide up to 70 percent of U.S. demand for electricity.
South Africa’s state-run power firm supplies a fifth of its neighbor's daily electricity needs.
The new measures signed by Trump seek to gut most of the climate change regulations put in place by President Barack Obama.
Standards, guidelines and exercises have bolstered the security of high-voltage networks but little has been done to protect the low-voltage systems that power our homes and workplaces.
Man-made earthquakes, caused by fracking, threaten to take out a crucial part of the nation’s energy infrastructure. But don’t expect Rex Tillerson, Scott Pruitt or Rick Perry to do anything about it.
The tiles are like a generator—only instead of spinning a turbine with wind, water, or coal, it’s spinning a flywheel with footsteps.
"The world is going to have to continue using fossil fuels, whether they like it or not," said the energy giant's CEO.