Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
Clams with iridescent cells function as solar energy systems that support algae living in the shells.
In construction crane-heavy downtown Seattle, the city's largest, flashiest new development might be heated by a data center located just across the street.
BETTER WAYS TO MAKE AND USE ELECTRICITY
New campaign hopes to help consumers see the light on energy-saving light bulbs.
New documentary from the director of 'Fuel' and 'The Big Fix' offers real alternatives to fossil fuels.
Breakthroughs in artificial photosynthesis could help harness the sun's power for clean, efficient production of liquid hydrogen.
American-style refrigerators don't just waste energy, they can hurt your health and wallet too.
A geothermal loop will keep the residents of a fancy new elephant house toasty with heat generated by the cooling system in the polar bear habitat.
Cutting carbon emissions is important, but ornithologists say one giant solar plant is causing significant collateral damage.
Actor warns of a 'catastrophic warming of the planet' if carbon pricing is not enforced to curb the emissions of the fossil fuel industry.
Through a pioneering waste-to-energy scheme, the spoiled stock at a Sainsbury's superstore will be used to keep the lights on and the refrigerated cases humming.
In rural areas, Internet connectivity can be a powerful force for economic empowerment.
One part public art installation, one part floating solar farm, Energy Duck is a semi-scary spectacle that generates green power for Denmark's capital city.
At a small San Antonio solar facility, the ovine groundskeeping crew keep things trim and tidy with the aid of split upper lips and 4-chambered stomachs.
Researchers at ASU capture a 'molecular movie' of water splitting into oxygen, protons and electrons.
After the 2007 Burning Man, volunteers repurposed a solar array for a local school. That installation led to many, many more.
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