Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
New smart meters being installed on customers' homes aren't making energy-saving any easier. Instead residents are on the verge of revolution because they're getting overcharged.
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Nuclear power may be the only technology capable of meeting our growing demand for energy while keeping emissions down.
Clean, green energy is teeming all around us in the natural world, and scientists have only begun to scratch the surface of tapping it.
Italians currently lead the world in smart grid technology.
Your money may not actually support green energy.
Darling International hopes to convert animal byproducts into renewable energy.
Contaminated sites being used to house wind farms, solar arrays and geothermal power plants.
Turbines in Denmark and Sweden throw off blades — a rare event, but one to consider as alternative energy use grows across globe.
New report calls for less damage in the development of biofuels.
The Natural Resources Defense Council adds some green to Philly red and Yankee blue.
President announces $3.4 billion in government support for 100 projects aimed at modernizing the nation's power grid.
20 couples participate in Sun Crystals' Sweet & Solar Wedding event, a low-impact, environmentally friendly ceremony.
Audit finds that many EnergyStar appliances may not be efficient enough to merit the label.
When people like John Kerry back nuclear subsidies, green activists find themselves in a difficult position.
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