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Thu, Dec 05, 2013 6:33 PM
Much easier than getting gas, with wireless charging you just drive over a pad and the current starts to flow. Much easier than getting gas, with wireless charging you just drive over a pad and the current starts to flow.
About 50 percent of legacy engineers are hitting retirement, and smart grid advocates are rejoicing.
The Aptera 2E electric car may look like a pod car from Mars, but it is going into production in October. And it's as green as can be.
Hi-tech biomass gassification plant will cut Middlebury College's CO2 emissions by 40 percent.
Environmental Defense launches 'spendometer' to track anti-climate campaigning.
G-Oil wants to ensure that we waste not, want not when it comes to factory farming.
Obama visits So Cal Edison research facility to learn about the future of plug-in electric cars.
A new PBS show called 'Extreme Ice' will document — frame by frame — a vanishing landscape.
Climate skeptics, there is a club for you.
The first lady helps build a green home for hurricane victims.
This Continental is the fastest production Bentley ever. That's the good news. The bad news? It costs $227,000 and gets 10 mpg in city driving. Plus there's that $3,700 gas-guzzler tax.
The U.S. is set to label carbon as a pollutant, the first step in regulating CO2 emissions.
1BOG is creating a bulk solar purchasing program to reduce install costs.
Four California high schools enter carbon footprint competition using cell phones.
Gainesville just hung SOLD OUT sign on the nation's first Feed-in Tariff program.
As its survival plan looks overseas for new models, Chrysler is thinking small and fuel-efficient.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.