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One organization wants to make solar power feasible for Burleigh County residents.
President Obama has a historic opportunity to push back against Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine's Crimea.
A propane crisis on the Standing Rock Reservation in the Dakotas is easing thanks to warmer weather and a drop in the price of the fuel, as well as federal assistance and a charitable donation, the tribe's leader said.
The federal Interior Department and U.S. Geological Survey have teamed up to produce the nation's first publicly available interactive map and database of all onshore wind turbines.
A windy stretch of the Mojave Desert once roamed by tortoises and coyotes has been transformed by hundreds of thousands of mirrors into the largest solar power plant of its type in the world, a milestone for a growing industry that is testing the balance between wilderness conservation and the pursuit of green energy across the West.
Yvonne and Joe Bryant are lucky. Until April, at least.
A nationwide propane shortage is hitting an American Indian reservation that straddles the border of North and South Dakota particularly hard, causing tribal officials to warn that the thousands of low-income residents who live there are running out of ways to heat their ramshackle homes.
California's drought could dry up the state's supply of hydroelectricity, prompting some utilities to switch to more expensive gas-fired plants, a newspaper reported Tuesday.
Indiana consumers no longer would pay sales tax on bulk propane sold for more than $2.50 a gallon if an amended bill becomes law.