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The Dept of Energy estimates 75 percent of electronics energy consumption occurs while those devices are off, but new products can monitor usage.
Zegna Sport’s solar jacket is lightweight, waterproof and the solar cells on your neoprene collar feed a rechargeable battery that works with a range of adapters.
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Oil giant claims ‘no viable alternatives’ will emerge in the next century.
Tom Brokaw chats with Green for All CEO, about her plan to convince Congress to pass the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009.
Muddy water may hold the key to producing clean energy.
Designers and engineers are creating innovative, efficient solutions inspired by nature.
The electric utility has donated nearly $1 million since 2006 to restore and preserve wetlands.
Former EPA chief Christine Todd Whitman on MSNBC discusses the nuclear industry's potential and the future of U.S. energy production.
Company basks in the profitable glow of its energy-efficient technology and lowers its own environmental impact.
New Greenopia report ranks oil companies according to environmental impact and effort.
Democrats hired a speed reader to zip through the 900-plus-page bill capping greenhouse gasses before Memorial Day.
Ecuadorians living among the toxic remains of Texaco's oil drilling operations battle the company in court.
The map of the city makes radiation data much more easily available to consumers – which is key to figuring out the payback time on a system.
The permits allow the company to spend up to three years gathering data for a license application to pursue its proposed hydrokinetic power plant.
Solar cells that rely on photosensitive dyes to collect energy are beginning to show an energy-conversion efficiency of 10 percent in full sunlight.
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