Combining nuclear with artificial geothermal, shale oil, or hydrogen production could help slow climate change, study shows.
It's less costly to get electricity from wind turbines and solar panels than coal-fired power plants when climate change costs and other health impacts are factored in, according to a new study
New study shows that research investments and growing markets have fueled a huge rise in new patents.
In the long sprint to find new sources of clean, low-cost power, slow and steady might win the race -- the slow-moving water of currents and tides, that is. Just as wind turbines tap into the energy of flowing air to generate electricity, hydrokinetic devices produce power from moving masses of wate...