Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
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.
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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.
Legislators in California will vote to set maximum energy-consumption standards for televisions, possibly becoming the first state to ban inefficient televisions.
Rabbits are terrorizing the public parks of Stockholm, so Swedish officials have decided to kill them and burn them as fuel.
Southern Company may switch to cleaner, greener natural gas as the commodity becomes more economical than coal.
Coal-burning power plants are cleaning up the air, but it's at the expense of the nation’s waterways.
Observing how an electric fish manipulates its energy signals may help scientists with things like energy efficiency and human health.
Is the energy ratings system outdated? Consumer Reports seems to think so.
Scientist develop biofuels out of grass clippings and other organic waste. NBC's Brian Mooar reports.
With Hawaii's endless renewable energy potential, the state plans to generate 40 percent of its power from clean sources by 2030.
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