Development banks need new strategies to address problems that cut across national borders, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said.
OPEC+ announced a cut of 2 million barrels a day starting next month. Some Democrats on Capitol Hill want to retaliate by cutting off military aid and reexamine ties to Saudi Arabia.
Crews from 30 states have converged on Southwest Florida to restore power after Hurricane Ian devastated the area. The work is precise and dangerous.
The Nord Stream pipeline leak might be the single largest release of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Experts say it pales in comparison to ongoing methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
There are enough miles of pipelines around the world to circle the Earth 30 times — and many are vulnerable. That doesn't mean there aren't things countries can do to protect them, an expert says.
Scientists took a dozen research flights over major U.S. oil and gas fields to sample flare emissions. They found more methane than was supposed to be there.
Coal-fired power plants across Germany were scheduled to be shut down by the end of the year. But with Russia cutting gas deliveries, Germany is turning to coal.
At the onset of Georgia Power’s rate case on Tuesday, lawyers advocating for the public’s interest pressed company officials to disclose whether future plans beyond the 2022 rate case could drive up customers’ bills by 45% over the next several years.
All 50 states, D.C. and Puerto Rico have received the go-ahead to start spending federal dollars on new chargers. The long-term plan is to spend $5 billion improving charging infrastructure.
The events on Monday in the Baltic Sea resembled blasts from depth charges or mines, according to a Swedish researcher. They caused major leaks from the inactive Nord Stream pipelines.
Georgia Power’s proposal for a $200 increase to the average household’s yearly electricity costs is set to kick into high gear with a series of public airings before state regulators beginning Tuesday.
A growing number of businesses are temporarily closing across the island as power outages caused by Hurricane Fiona drag on, sparking concern about the availability of fuel and basic goods.
The California Air Resources Board approved a plan to phase out sales of new gas furnaces and water heaters in the state by 2030.
Experts say it will still take some time before the public knows the full impact of Hurricane Fiona on Puerto Rico. But early figures indicate a tough road ahead as residents attempt to recover.
Around 50,000 solar and battery power systems have been installed on homes in Puerto Rico in recent years, and most seemed to continue working during Hurricane Fiona.