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  • California gasoline prices fall but U.S. average still rising

     
    California gasoline prices may be headed sharply lower in the coming weeks to the $3.50-to-$3.75-a-gallon range, analysts said, but perhaps not quickly enough to give motorists confidence about the summer driving season. Retail gasoline prices in...
  • Oil price drop roils markets despite potential benefit to consumers

     
    Wall Street is trying to make up its mind: Is the International Energy Agency's decision to release crude oil from reserves a good thing or a bad thing? Stocks are trading broadly lower for the session, despite what would otherwise......
  • Gasoline prices should fall further as crude continues to slide

     
    Crude oil prices are on such a slide that they could drop back into the low $80s a barrel, Wall Street analysts said, adding that this could reduce retail gasoline prices to about $3 a gallon nationally and to about......
  • Renewables are the world's fastest-growing energy source

     
    Renewable energy--in the form of solar power, wind, hydroelectric and other types--is the world's fastest growing energy resource....
  • Energy watchdog warns against reliance on fossil fuels

     
    The Paris-based International Energy Agency warned today that world governments are locking themselves into a potentially disastrous future that depends too much on fossil fuels. The message came as the IEA released its annual World Energy Outlook....
  • U.S. fuel exports hit new record in August

     
    Companies that run the nation's vast system of oil refineries have accelerated their exports of processed fuels, particularly diesel, to foreign customers to new record highs, according to the U.S. Energy Department. Analysts say the trend has become a...
  • U.S. officials say China is reducing purchases of Iranian oil

     
    China has fallen in line with Western efforts to cut back purchases of Iranian oil and will be spared economic punishment threatened under a new round of U.S. sanctions, Obama administration officials said this week....
  • Electricity in India long dogged by theft, waste, experts say

     
    Long before blackouts left more than 600 million people in the dark across India this week, analysts inside and outside the country had fretted over its beleaguered power system. The problems are manifold: India has ramped up capacity to generate power,...
  • Green Home Tax Incentives

    Green Home Tax Incentives
    While many homeowners may grumble over the price tags on energy-efficient appliances and products, federal tax credits are making going green more affordable. In 2006 the Treasury Department and the IRS issued guidance (Notice 2006-26), which allowed...
  • Oil hits record; even Saudis can't save us

     
    by Frank James Well, so much for Saudi Arabia's plan to lower world oil prices by promising to produce more oil. Crude oil futures rose to nearly $140-a-barrel before deciding that it had scared the bejesus out of everyone......
  • Solar power could produce 25% of global electricity by 2050, studies say

     
    By 2050, the world could be getting a quarter of its electricity from solar power, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday. Releasing two “roadmaps” for photovoltaics technology and concentrating solar power, the agency said that the two...