The former vice president said he planned to "transition" away from oil should he be elected president on November 3.
The Democratic congresswoman criticized the "bad" practice—used to extract shale gas—after last night's vice presidential debate.
"It's always the thing that they say first. That's what they're going to do," the president warned his supporters.
Entergy has warned that the hardest-hit areas may be without power for weeks, as "restoration may be hampered by flooding, blocked access, or other obstacles."
As people spend more time and run more appliances at home, electric bills are going up—and many cannot afford to pay.
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The administration announced a leasing program on Monday that will open up more than 1.5 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration.
The National Weather Service is warning of "dangerously hot conditions" in many areas of the western United States over the next few days.
"This technology holds the potential to convert the walls of your home into a functional device that can power your electronics," researcher Julio D'Arcy said.
Attendees at President Donald Trump's Texas event on "restoring energy dominance" on Wednesday appeared to largely abandon social distancing and refuse to wear face mask despite the state's recent spike in cases of COVID-19.
The former vice president said on a fundraising call that the climate crisis was the "most sweeping crisis of all."
The Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment said the radioactive substances were man-made.
The energy company says restoration work in the hardest-hit areas could continue through the weekend.
The economic devastation of coronavirus has provided the perfect opportunity for states to end energy policy cronyism.
The president issued his attack on the congresswoman as he toured a medical supply distribution facility in Pennsylvania on Thursday.
German officials described the move as being an "important milestone" in the nation's energy transition, which aims to see all nuclear reactors in the county being taken offline by the end of 2022.
A consumer group responded to the utility companies' request, calling it "unprecedented utility greed."
Upon its completion, estimated for 2022, the Gemini Solar Project could be the eighth-largest solar facility in the world, the U.S. Department of the Interior said this week.
The transition away from coal for electricity generation in the U.S. accelerated in 2020 due to lower gas prices, warmer weather and the economic conditions resulting from COVID-19, analysis found.
"Today's ruling sends a clear signal nationwide that people and the planet must come before profits for polluting corporations," said Friends of the Earth's Marcie Keever in a Wednesday statement.
"We're going to take care of our energy business. ... If I have to do something to protect thousands or tens of thousands of energy workers and our great companies that produce all these jobs, I'll do whatever I have to do," Trump said.
"If we can convert that energy into an energy source we can use for daily life, that would help to address the energy challenges we are facing right now," said MIT scientist Hiroki Isobe.
Co-host of 'Fox & Friends Weekend' Pete Hegseth suggested Monday that President Trump target Iran's energy production sites, such as oil and gas refineries.
A table of outages by Eversource Energy said 82,536 of its Connecticut customers were affected by outages at around 7 a.m. ET today.
In spite of multiple regulatory breaks received from the Trump administration, the fourth-largest coal company in America, Murray Energy Company, has announced it will be seeking bankruptcy protection.
While the federal government appears to be heading in the opposite direction, the experts we spoke to remain cautiously optimistic that the country can change things around.
"The material costs and environmental impacts that we envisage from our new concept are much lower than what we see today," said researcher Patrik Johansson.
Developers want to build the 240-foot-high structure across the Little Colorado River about 6 miles upstream from the point where it meets the Colorado River.