Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
As nation states delay, these cities have ambitious renewable energy goals.
The photos can help scientists and engineer better gauge energy needs throughout the whole year, not just the end of it.
BETTER WAYS TO MAKE AND USE ELECTRICITY
Researchers at Princeton recently studied the question, and what they found was not pretty.
By building the system with commercially available materials, researchers kept costs down and showed how the system could be produced outside of a lab.
The cloud wastes an awful lot of energy as heat. One company is putting it to good use.
You can turn a handful of ingredients into your own miniature magnetic levitation system.
Israel’s largest international green energy conference takes place this weekend in Eilat.
What better place for the Swedish furniture emporium to acquire its biggest global clean energy investment than the Lone Star State?
With new data published by the WWF, Scotland once again proves itself as the renewable energy-generating powerhouse of the United Kingdom.
A lawyer for energy giant Kinder Morgan recently argued that seeing the faces of snarling pipeline protesters could constitute a form of assault. Seriously.
Forget ugly, obtrusive panels. New technology mean the architecture no longer gets obscured.
Lockheed Martin recently claimed to have designed a fusion reactor that can fit on the back of a truck. If viable, it really could change the world. Here's how...
Thanks to financial incentives and renewables-embracing lawmakers, the Northeast rules for residential solar. (Idaho, on the other hand, has some serious work to do.)
Homeowners with top-notch credit in California, Arizona, New Jersey and 5 other states will be eligible for direct loans from Lyndon Rive's PV-installing behemoth.
Wind turbines can kill birds and bats, but they don't have to. Here are six ways to help them coexist.
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