The New York Times cooking section made a suggestion that’s an affront to the sanctity of guacamole and–it turns out–the environment.

The three automakers are hoping infrastructure will pave the way for purchases of hydrogen-powered cars.

It may cover 312-mile distances, but the Toyota Mirai faces seemingly insurmountable complications in the U.S.

Reducing methane emissions from the oil and gas sectors means more energy and less headache.

Obama administration cites wildlife protections.

As clean energy evolves into a major industry, pioneering but no longer competitive energy projects act as a reminder of how fast technology is changing.

Residents find their voice after state suffers more earthquakes in 2014 than in previous 30 years combined.

Fulcrum BioEnergy has spent years trying to get a factory built in Nevada. Will an investment from United Airlines get them closer?