Cooking oil is no more only a kitchen product. The common food staple has found its place in the airline industry as an unusual new fuel.
Amid the nuclear power plants coming under scanner after the mishap at the nuclear plant in Japan, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has renewed the license of two nuclear plants in southern New Jersey for 20 years.
After being online for three years, curtains are now falling on the Google's Health and PowerMeter services. Lack of public interest has prompted the closure, said the company.
Xcel Energy is facing criticism over a phone survey from officials and residents of Boulder, who say the poll had misleading information about the ‘Energy Future’ campaign of the city.
Gas prices in the U.S. have fallen by nearly 17 cents in the last three weeks, said a survey published on Sunday. The drop in gas prices is likely to continue, it predicts.
The General Electric Co. (GE) is surely betting big on the renewable energy industry.
After a dip in 2009 caused by the global financial crisis, energy-related carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions reached a record high in 2010, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Monday.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal from the royal family of Saudi Arab said during an interview to CNN that his country would like to see the oil prices between $70 and $80 so that the US and the European nations do not accelerate their search for alternate sources of energy.
A massive blackout plunged Texas City and La Marque into darkness early Friday morning, affecting thousands of people and businesses in the neighboring cities.