Trump Team Memo Hints at Big Shake-Up of U.S. Energy Policy

A document obtained by Bloomberg News shows advisers to Donald Trump are developing plans to reshape Energy Department programs and identify staff who played a role in promoting President Barack Obama’s climate agenda.

Trump Administration Weighing Emergency Aid for Some Coal Plants

After failing to win a bailout for cash-strapped coal plants, some Trump administration officials are considering emergency orders that could keep at least some coal generators online, people familiar with the discussions said.

Trump’s Coal Man Is Racing Against the Clock to Bail Out Plants

President Donald Trump is on the verge of subsidizing coal plants that would otherwise be driven out of business by cheaper, cleaner natural gas. 

U.S. Lays Groundwork for Saving Coal Plants With Grid Report

The Energy Department makes the case for rescuing the nation’s coal industry from widespread plant shutdowns.

Renewable Energy Not a Threat to Grid, Draft of U.S. Study Finds

A draft Energy Department study obtained by Bloomberg contradicts statements  made by Energy Secretary Rick Perry.

Energy Projects Worth $50 Billion Are Stalled Until Trump Fills Empty Posts

Until President Donald Trump fills key vacancies at an energy regulator,  sprawling energy projects are in limbo, unable to secure permits to begin construction.

Trump Repeal of SEC Regulation Signals More to Come

President Donald Trump became the first president in 16 years to take advantage of a law that allows him to rescind a predecessor’s regulations. 

EPA Wins Clout to Fight Toxic Chemicals, But It May Take a While

Congress passed the biggest overhaul of chemical safety laws in four decades.  By the time EPA finishes work on the chemicals it has prioritized, the children of today’s children will have been exposed to them -- probably for years.