New York Times, Coral Davenport:
How Abrupt U-Turns Are Defining U.S. Environmental Regulations

NPR Marketplace, Elizabeth Trovall:
The higher price of oil is helping tank the price of natural gas.


NPR Marketplace, Henry Epp:
When will solar and wind overtake coal? Soon, U.S. energy agency says.

New York Times, Jim Tankersley:
An Untested Oil Price Cap Has Helped Choke Revenue to Russia

Bloomberg, Alaric Nightingale:
How an Aging Armada and Mystery Traders Keep Russian Oil Afloat


The New Yorker, Elizabeth Kolbert:
Climate Change from A to Z

New York Times, Jim Tankersley:
Fears of Another Gas Shock Drive Biden to Seek Price Cap on Russian Oil

CNBC, Catherine Clifford:
Fierce local battles over power lines are a bottleneck for clean energy

NPR Marketplace, Lily Jamali:
European Central Bank announces plans to raise its key interest rate

NPR Marketplace, Lily Jamali:
Coal, the dirtiest of the fossil fuels, is in high demand

Fox Business, Brooke Crothers:
Remote work means using more energy: here's how to cut that higher energy bill

MarketWatch, Andrew Keshner:
`The weeks ahead could be rather ugly with rising prices': Russia's invasion of Ukraine could send gas prices to $4 a gallon

AEA Research Highlights, Tyler Smith:
Market failures vs. regulatory shortcomings

CNBC, Catherine Clifford:
Russia's war with Ukraine offers critical lessons for global energy markets


CNBC, Catherine Clifford:
Why Illinois paid $694 million to keep nuclear plants open

Wall Street Journal, J.J. McCorvey:
A Winter of Giant Gas Bills Is Coming. Are You Ready?

Chicago Tribune, Dan Petrella:
Pritzker's energy policy promises 40% renewable power by 2030. But Illinois has fallen short of earlier targets.

NPR Marketplace, Andy Uhler:
Coal prices are rising, but producers can't keep up with demand

Talking Points Memo, Kate Riga:
Legislative Staff Debugs Climate Plan As Manchin Threatens Its Existence

Talking Points Memo, Kate Riga:
The Crux Of Democrats' Climate Plan Is Hovering Somewhere Between Life And Death

The Atlantic, Robinson Meyer:
Unfortunately, I Care About Power Lines Now

NPR Weekend Edition, Scott Horsley:
`Fiasco Waiting To Happen': Millions At Risk Of Losing Power Over Unpaid Bills

NPR Marketplace, Andy Uhler:
Coal use rises as natural gas prices spike

CBS, Megan Cerullo:
Remote workers' energy bills are rising. Should employers reimburse them?

Vox, Rani Molla:
Your job saved money on electric bills during the pandemic. You didn't.

Washington Post, Greg Jaffe:
OFF THE GRID: A flood of federal aid often fails to reach America's poorest families

TIME, Patrick Lucas Austin:
Working From Home Is Driving Up Our Energy Costs. Should Employers Foot the Bill?

MarketWatch, Andrew Keshner:
As a winter storm pounds much of the country, there's `significant risk' of mass utility disconnection, but these Americans may feel it most

Bloomberg, Rachel M Cohen:
There Could Be an Energy Bill Debt Tsunami, Too


CBS, Irina Ivanova:
Where electricity bills are set to surge around the U.S. this summer

NPR Planet Money, Greg Rosalsky:
Amid Pandemic, Here's What Researchers Have Learned About The Economy

Axios, Ben Geman:
Working from home is driving up power bills

Axios, Amy Harder:
The pandemic is destroying energy efficiency

Washington Examiner, Abby Smith:
Daily on Energy: Households use a lot of energy working from home

Scientific American, Benjamin Storrow:
U.S. Wind and Solar Installations Are Smashing Records, but the Trend May Not Last

NPR Morning Edition, Scott Horsley:
Pandemic Electric Bills Are Searing Hot, As Families Stay Home

New York Times, Brad Plumer and Nadja Popovich:
Emissions Are Surging Back as Countries and States Reopen

Scientific American, Ainslie Cruickshank:
COVID Pandemic-19 Shows Telecommuting Can Help Fight Climate Change

New York Times, Coral Davenport:
Pandemic's Cleaner Air Could Reshape What We Know About the Atmosphere

New York Times, Quoctrung Bui and Justin Wolfers:
Another Way to See the Recession: Power Usage Is Way Down

The Wall Street Journal, Russell Gold:
U.S. Power Use Weakening After Plunging in Italy Amid Coronavirus