The price of coal has risen due to a surge in global demand. Still, signs point toward a continued decline for the U.S. coal sector.
A lot has changed since the Northeast blackout of 2003.
Trump, Perry propose a lifeline for coal and nuclear sectors that critics say is unnecessary and would be harmful
The latest directive would allow the Energy Department to use a complex wartime law in the interest of national security.
General Electric Co. announced today it’s cutting 12,000 jobs in its core power business worldwide, as demand for coal and other fossil fuels softens. It’s the latest move by new CEO John Flannery to cut costs and turn things around at the struggling conglomerate, whose stock plunged 44 percent this year. GE Power is the company’s […]
"When will we have power?" Why there isn't a straight answer.
More than a million customers have lost power in Hurricane Matthew's aftermath.