Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
Watch the fire spin and swirl as its driven up towards the heavens by an array of well-placed box fans to the soothing tune of 'Moonlight Sonata.'
In celebration of Earth Day, plastic toy construction bricks from Denmark mingle with clean, Sunshine State-sourced energy.
BETTER WAYS TO MAKE AND USE ELECTRICITY
From one of the world's top pistachio-producing regions comes a not-too-entirely nutty idea: Burning waste shells to heat buildings.
Innovative 'photoswitches' tuck away solar energy in molecules that can be endlessly re-used, no matter the time of day.
From eco-dancefloors to ocean waves: Wherever there is movement, there is energy.
IKEA blows, or gusts rather, into the U.S. wind energy sector with an investment in an Illinois wind project capable of generating enough annual energy to power and heat 70 stores.
The light emitted after the sun sets could be harvested, according to a new study.
FaFairbanks will be the first commercial deployment site for BAT (Buoyant Altitude Turbine), an inflatable turbine that harnesses wind energy at 1,000 feet.
The Caterpillar 797 is a 50-foot-tall dump truck widely used in the mining industry. Watch what happens when it faces off against a stationary Land Cruiser.
Energy prices are going to get more expensive for all of us, but low-income households shouldn't have to shoulder the burden. Here's how we can help them.
Electronics giant will compensate workers relocating to China for the poor quality of air they will be forced to breathe.
British Parliament is striving to reduce its carbon footprint at the Palace of Westminster through various efficiency measures, including potentially outfitting Big Ben with PV panels.
Scientists are using crowdsourcing to test the water along the Pacific Coast of North America, a project that could predict future risks.
China's economic growth is being threatened by horrible air quality. Luckily, there are many ways to reverse the problem.
As the United States seeks to rely less on imported oil, a few states are leading the charge in the renewable energy revolution.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Follow Southern Company
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.