The low number is part of a steep and steady drop that's been ongoing since 2007.
A number of ballot initiatives dealing with environmental issues were rejected by voters across the country, but governors and representatives with conservation bonafides can still pick up the slack.
The proposed act would require Washington, D.C., to source 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2032.
Governor Jerry Brown has signed multiple pieces of legislation that codify California's ongoing transition away from relying on fossil fuels for energy.
Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation on Monday setting a goal of 100 percent renewable energy for the state by 2045.
California is moving to require that the state gets 100 percent of its electricity from carbon-free sources—such as wind, solar, and nuclear power—by 2045.
Caribbean countries must transform their energy systems by creating new, greener sources of power.
But getting there will require investment in better energy storage technologies.
A leaked budget proposal from the White House cuts funding to renewable energy research programs by 72 percent.
The tariffs could eliminate up to 88,000 jobs on the installation side, according to one estimate.
A recent report warns that Indonesia's coal-based electricity strategy risks wasting $76 billion over the next 25 years.
A new report authored by the Democrats on the Joint Economic Committee lays out the barriers to a transition to renewable energy.
The fact that corn-based ethanol is renewable doesn’t make it sustainable. When will presidential candidates stumping in Iowa admit as much?
While others work on improving batteries and turning air compression into an energy-storage solution, the ARES team is re-purposing the simple ideas behind water towers to address a gap in our solar-power infrastructure.
Inside the California Independent System Operator, a high-security complex where a handful of operators are working to find ways to secure the state's electrical grid before it's too late.