On Average, U.S. Consumers Paid 97% More for Energy in 2012 Than in 2000

Over the past 12 years, the average price paid by Americans for gasoline, electricity and other forms of energy rose 97.5 percent, the Consumer...

Energy In Texas

NPR's State Impact Project looks at energy in Texas: Texas is the nation’s leader in oil, natural gas, and wind production. But what parts of...

5 Ways to Save Gas This Summer

The summer driving season is upon us, but there is a bright spot for consumers planning that upcoming summer driving vacation who want to...

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...

ICYMI: Top Five Energy Stories for the Week of June 19

Just in case you missed it, here are the top five stories in energy from last week! Colorado PUC approves improvements to power grid, smart...

California wind power: Past and future

Most residents of northern California are familiar with the Altamont Pass Wind Farm, a collection of almost 500 wind turbines that cover the hills about...

What goes up must come down

Unfortunately, we’re not talking about gasoline prices, which even after a recent retreat, have yet to come close to prices seen earlier this year....

Oil & Gas Production on Federal Lands Down

The Congressional Research service issued a report finding that oil and gas production fell on Federal lands despite increases in production overall due to...

Get a Grip on Water Drips

Did you know that a leaky faucet in your home can cause your water bill to increase significantly? Even a slow drip can cost...

Solar Panels, the Desert and the Snow

The Grand Canyon State, as its name suggests, is home to some of the most well-known American landmarks in the southwest – from the...
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