Combining the capability to make fuel for nuclear reactors and material for weapons undercuts nonproliferation efforts, critics say.
Ohio energy companies, state agencies and other groups are forming some unexpected alliances in their positions for and against a federal proposal to subsidize coal and nuclear power over other forms of electricity.
One General Mills factory has figured out a way to make fruit snacks and cereal using 23 percent less energy, a feat that has earned it recognition from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy and the City of Cleveland were on hand Monday at the city’s Fire Station No. 1 to recognize local leaders in DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge.
The answer to Michigan’s energy woes is right beneath our feet. So says an Obama administration official who points to “un-mined gold” in the Great Lakes state and using enhanced oil recovery to get at it.