The Obama administration marches on in its quest for more big renewable energy. This week, the Department of the Interior announced its 49th and 50th approvals of utility-scale renewable energy projects on public lands. Pre-Obama, there were zero such approvals.
Keep the pressure on, Mr. President - that was the message recently from a broad coalition of US environmental movers and shakers hopeful of seeing wind turbines sending clean power ashore as soon as possible.
A military judge has ordered the Obama administration to disclose a number of confidential documents related to WikiLeaks.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has reportedly managed to raise at least $1.76 million in Silicon Valley from a number of high-profile individuals, including Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen.
The Obama administration has been signing off on the development of utility-scale solar power on public lands left and right, and now the first of those big projects has come online.
The Obama administration has instituted new voluntary guidelines for project siting and development.
The Obama administration is reportedly ready to consider a new space weapons policy based on an international code of conduct.
A year of threats from the House had thousands expecting budget cuts as deep as 20 percent by those determined to drown government science in the bathwater.
If even some small portion of the vast offshore wind potential the United States holds is ever accessed, it's going to need to be integrated into the grid (or, more likely, grids).
How's that going to be pulled off?
The Solyndra collapse was a punch to the gut in the Obama administration's efforts to forge a new green economy, but the administration is making a case that not all the news these days is bad.
Got an industrial-scale demonstration of photovoltaic modules, cells or substrates that offers lower-cost solutions in line with the Obama administration’s SunShot goals?
House Republican appropriators have slashed renewable energy funding by 27%, or $491 million to $1.3 billion - approximately $1.9 billion below what the Obama administration had previously requested.
A ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee has expressed concern over a cybersecurity recommendation submitted by the Obama administration.
Two legislators have voiced concern over the Obama administration's failure to explain the controversial and frenetic seizure of domain names allegedly linked to digital copyright infringement.
A high-ranking Republican congressman believes the Obama administration’s electronic correspondence is not being archived in "the spirit" of federal law.
The whistle-blowing website known as WikiLeaks has released a slew of new documents about detainees imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is preparing to assume "far-reaching" oversight over all civilian agency computer networks.
Just how well has the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) done in increasing the nation's renewable energy capacity?
According to SBI Energy's new report, "ARRA Report Card: Two Years Later," the U.S. is making significant progress toward attaining the Obama administration's goal of doubling renewable generation capacity in the country over the next two years.