It’s easy to take electricity for granted, but the infrastructure needed to support your 24/7 access to light, heat, and energy is downright astounding.
The Portland Cement Association adds its voice to the growing chorus of dissent to the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
Partisan ire heats up amidst the passing of the Clean Power Plan. Innovative technologies have the power to bridge this gap.
Net energy imports in the United States are at a 26-year low. This statistic begs the question: is it possible that the US is on its way to energy independence? Could a country without significant fossil fuel reserves ever truly be energy independent?
Coal prices in the US are currently in free fall, but what does the future without coal really look like?
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