The White House has asked Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley's office for input on the administration's latest proposal to boost the ethanol market in 2020, according to two sources familiar with the matter on Friday, after a flurry of conversations between President Donald Trump and corn-state advocates critical of the plan.
Cuba made progress toward its 2030 renewable energy goal with the recent opening of an experimental photovoltaic park in Havana. The park, part of a university Microelectronics Research Center, was the result of a group partnership between Cuba, German and Mexico. Source The post Experimental solar PV park opens in Cuba appeared first on New
Latin America and the Caribbean could see a US$1 trillion windfall in energy and infrastructure investments over the next five years, according to a senior U.S. Treasury Department official. It is expected that a portion of that funding may flow through the América Crece program, launched in 2018 to address myriad barriers to infrastructure development
Monsanto pleaded guilty to spraying a banned pesticide on the Hawaiian island of Maui, and agreed to pay $10.2 million in criminal fines and other payments for the spraying and for illegally storing hazardous waste, U.S. prosecutors said.
Valero Energy, Marathon Petroleum, National Oilwell Varco and Vanguard's Energy ETF stand out as solid picks, one strategist says.
Environmentally sensitive but potentially oil-rich areas of Arctic Alaska will be opened to oil development under a new Trump administration proposal to undo Obama-era protections.
Czech lignite miner Sokolovska Uhelna will cut 1,000 jobs over the next two years as the rising price of CO2 emission permits makes coal mining drastically less attractive, CTK news agency reported on Friday.
Schools across Pakistan's second largest city Lahore closed for the second time in a month on Friday, with the city blanketed in a toxic smog that experts say is putting residents at risk.
California utility PG&E Corp has imposed 10 intentional blackouts this year to reduce risks its power infrastructure could spark wildfires and said they will continue for a decade.
More than 30 industry groups on Friday called on the Trump administration to finish a regulatory overhaul that would make it easier to clear federal environmental approval for big infrastructure projects such as pipelines and road expansions.