How to be the coolest person in the room

Whether you’re basking in triple-digit temperatures or frowning over a triple-digit power bill this July, we thought you’d enjoy this news out of Japan...

What do toys from China have to do with oil imported from the Middle...

It’s been estimated that as much as one quarter of carbon dioxide emissions in China results from the production of goods that are exported,...

Summer Wrap-Up: Good News and Bad News

One of our core missions here at CEA is to promote policies that will make energy available and affordable for all Americans. Summertime, when...

Why We Still Need to Embrace an All of the Above Energy Strategy

Consistency and complacency are simply not good practices for energy policy or any other social purpose. The impossible complexity of our daily lives and...

A good year for geothermal

Last week, the state of Oregon dedicated its first geothermal power plant, which will utilize the heat in the ground to generate electricity. For...

Don’t Forget Alaska’s natural gas

We’ve all seen the signs: This bus runs on clean natural gas. Yet too often, too many of us fail to absorb the message:...

Highways in the Sky Sooner than you Think

If you’ve ever sat in rush hour traffic wishing that you could push a button and have Chitty Chitty Bang Bang whisk you away...

Tom Steyer, a funny guy?

Is Tom Steyer so wrong with his facts it's funny? According to USA Today, he claims in a new TV ad: "As a businessman, I...
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Coronavirus: Energy Saving Tips

Normally, this time of year, we would be covering tips on sustainable fashion or sharing how much energy goes into March Madness games, but as...

Top 10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Kids in STEM

With the current supply chain issues, it will be more important than ever to start Christmas shopping early this year to make sure you...