Discussing his venture in electricity and thermal energy business, with Robert McNair, Houston Texans, who explains why the Texas economy is faring well in comparison to other states; with Stephen Ross, Miami Dolphins owner.
Breakthroughs in energy storage technologies are on the horizon that could turn vast swathes of the world's sun-soaked deserts and windy plains into sources of clean, renewable energy, according to experts focused on our energy future.No one technology — ranging from stor … Full story
Lifestyle expert Carter Oosterhouse explains how people can make their homes more energy efficient while saving money.
Bob Deans of the Natural Defense Council and Jack Gerard of the American Petroleum Institute share their thoughts on the 1700 mile oil pipeline between Canada to refineries in Texas and Oklahoma.
Various alternative energy names have been suffering over the last 12 months. It seems many investors may have a hard time believing in the future of these companies. Are they correct or ar there values out there? Colin Rusch, ThinkEquity LLC, and Mark...
Rachel Maddow reviews the role of the Department of Energy in addressing dire nuclear situations in America despite Rick Perry's questionable ability to remember to cut its funding should he become president, and talks with Ed Lyman, nuclear scientist with the Union of Concerned Scientists about the
Ohio Governor John Kasick is trying to be a man of the people. But today he committed an unforgiveable sin in the eyes of Ohio sports fans, as the fight over Issue 2 comes down to the wire. Activist Van Jones joins Ed Schultz for the latest from the Buckeye State.
Secretary of Energy Steven Chu speaks during his special address at the CERAWeek 2010 energy conference in Houston March 9, 2010. REUTERS/Richard Carson
Secretary of Energy Steven Chu briefs the press in Washington, March 30, 2011. REUTERS/Larry Downing
Workers unload a B53 bomb in this handout taken February 14, 2011 and released October 20, 2011. The U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration will dismantle the last of the nation's strongest nuclear bombs in its weapons stockpile at the Pantex Plant near Amarillo on Oct
Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Manos Tentzeris displays an inkjet-printed rectifying antenna used to convert microwave energy to DC power