Despite its general lack of, um, surface area, a new "photovoltaic bikini" designed by Andrew Schneider apparently provides enough power to run your MP3 player.
We find it interesting to watch some of the changes that big oil is making as the world demonstrates its commitment to developing renewable and clean energy sources.
China looks on schedule to officially launch what is said to be the world’s longest single high speed rail.
Fans of Scotch whiskey can now sip on their drink with the satisfaction of knowing that the beverage they are consuming may have helped generate renewable energy, feed some animals and take a chunk out of carbon emissions.
Airplane designers have been working on sensor networks something like the human nervous system, which would run throughout the body shell and report directly to engineers when maintenance is required.
When it comes to topics of energy, China certainly has been making plenty of headlines.
Technology giant Google has installed more than seventy charging stations at its main campus in Mountain View, California.
21-year-old designer Yuhan Zhang has been generating some serious online buzz for her concept vehicle dubbed the "Volkswagen Aqua."
American automaker Ford has announced it will triple production capacity of electric vehicles through the year 2013.
Designer Samuel Li of Albany, New York, seems to believe in stacking functions - literally.
Animals and plants may not be able to keep pace with climate change by evolving, a UC Davis study suggests.
Luxury manufacturer Fisker Automotive recently debuted the first production line model of its plug-in hybrid vehicle, called the Karma, at this year’s Formula One Monaco Grand Prix.
We've had Barbie the princess, Barbie the doctor, and now we've a new model - Barbie the evil tiger killer.
While the GOP controlled House was busy slashing clean energy program budgets last week, a Senate subcommittee was occupied with drafting a bill that, among other efforts, aims to make solar power system installations faster and cheaper for the nation.
MIT reckons it's overcome one of the biggest barriers to the acceptance of electric cars - the time it takes recharging them - while at the same time halving the cost of batteries.
International aid and cooperation between former Cold War foes is a beautiful thing, especially when it’s focused on making the planet a greener place.
You probably thought you'd never see the day, but the headline is true - there's an all-electric Hummer and you can have one.
Is the green car industry pushing forward with unbridled optimism at the moment despite lackluster sales?
An organization called Sustainable Aviation Fuels Northwest (SAFN) has released a ten-month study suggesting a sustainable aviation biofuel industry could be created in America’s Pacific Northwest.
From medical centers to schools and hotels, all kinds of different buildings are pursuing and achieving LEED green building certification.