Smart meters plague utility customers with real troubles and mythical bogies. Here’s how to separate fact from fiction.

At noon on Wednesday crude oil futures touched $45 a barrel on news that inventories soared last week by the most in 34 years, and the futures market is likely to continue its breathtaking selloff to $40 and perhaps even lower.

OPEC is in a game it initiated and that it can't win and can't quit. In the process, OPEC is becoming increasingly irrelevant while U.S. producers are pushing ahead.

Hoist by their own petard? (A petard is a small bomb used to blow up fortifications, an especially apt expression at this moment.)

The United States’ first offshore wind farm is going to cost about $17,600 per home it will power and do little to reduce either electric rates or carbon emissions.

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