An environmental group is concerned that the United States will increase the damage caused by hydroelectric facilities, and wants more research directed to renewable energy.
The proposed budget of U.S. President George Bush signals his administration's intent "to turn its back on decades of progress in energy policy," claims the Sustainable Energy Coalition.
The American Wind Energy Association has criticized the Bush Administration for proposing deep cuts in funding for the federal wind energy R&D program and other renewable energy research efforts.
Renewable energy should be the basis for production, distribution and consumption of energy, the World Energy Council has told the United Nations.
U.S. President George Bush has announced his selected nominee for the position of Assistant Secretary of Energy for Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy.
The use of renewable energy for electricity generation in the United States dropped by almost 12 percent last year, according to the latest government statistics.
The federal agency that regulates the U.S. energy industry has rejected a legal challenge to the policy of net metering that had been launched by a major utility.
The future of wind power generation in Japan may be left twisting in the breeze as the environmentally friendly system of electrical generation faces increasing economic obstacles.
Exxon Mobil, one of the largest oil companies in the world, is calling for greater appraisal of wind, solar and nuclear energy.
Companies in the United States will offer a green power product across the continent using the internet.