Articles

Articles

  • Why Doesn't Everyone Have Solar?

    Why Doesn't Everyone Have Solar?

    Four steps working with a solar contractor. Too many home and commercial owners think it's too hard are the benefits too low. Think again.

  • California Floods Hide Underground Droughts

    California Floods Hide Underground Droughts

    Our water storage for the next generation -- and maybe our own -- faces challenges that are hidden.  Our guest editor discusses depleting aquifers and their impact on our economy and our future.

  • 5 coal myths

    5 Myths of Coal Jobs

    Coal is being killed by automation, expense, water stress, noncompetitive and poor future for exports, not the EPA and noisy environmentalists.

  • A Bit of Efficiency Goes a Long Way

    A Bit of Efficiency Goes a Long Way

    INFOGRAPHIC: Energy efficiency is a multiplier: lowering demand decreases the losses from generation, delivery and customer fixtures. Energy efficiency appliances save money. Find out what your state is doing.

  • Energy Efficiency is Fuel for Jobs of the Future

    Energy Efficiency is Fuel for Jobs of the Future

    Small and local, energy efficiency jobs stretch across all major job sectors. Firms employing energy workers keep communities safe by building expertise and managing the demand during warming summers.

  • Guest Editor: Charlotte Meier, HomeSafetyHub.org

    4 Steps to a Cleaner, Greener, and Healthier Home

    Don’t toss everything you own and completely start anew to improve your home. Our guest editor has 4 suggestions for a healthier home.

  • Working together

    Innovation by Collaboration

    Ford Motors QVC program maintains standards while building innovation through collaboration with multiple vendors. 

  • Where are trump supporters

    69% of Trump Voters Care About Energy

    After election poll shows that Trump voters care about how their candidates view energy policy, and will vote for their beliefs.