School is in session on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, but some students are about to make the road their home.
A Chinese-backed company has informed Clark County officials that it’s terminating its agreement to purchase 9,000 acres after it was unable to find customers for the power that would have been generated there.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $20 million grant to Nevada’s higher education system to help find ways to make large-scale solar power plants more practical and efficient on arid desert lands.
Lisa Miller is the Spokeswoman for Clean Coal USA and tells us why we should keep using coal to produce electricity.
The politics of renewable energy is on the agenda in battleground Nevada, where Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is hosting a fifth annual green energy conference at a Las Vegas Strip resort.
A new solar plant south of Las Vegas will soon provide clean energy for thousands of people.
As part of the Department of the Interior’s ongoing commitment to the development of renewable energy resources on public lands, Secretary Ken Salazar, along with Senator Harry Reid, celebrated the groundbreaking of the One Nevada […]
As part of a two day conference designed to forge partnerships between renewable energy projects and the U.S. military, the Undersecretary of the Air Force, Erin C. Conaton, hosted a media roundtable event. Click […]