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Plastic packaging could one day be replaced by a derivative of wood, if European scientists are successful.
With the thousands of minds and millions of dollars put into developing electric vehicle car batteries, it makes sense that companies are starting to "think outside the car."
People who are shopping for green and efficient cars have a number of choices on the market today.
We've certainly been hearing a lot about algae as a biofuel feedstock.
Here’s a timepiece that’s a blast from the past and in tune with the future.
Yes, it’s a Victorian-styled pocket watch, powered by the sun.
A woman living in Studio City, California noticed one fine day that the mirrors on her fuel-sipping Prius had started to melt.
An interesting new EV concept - dubbed "Hiriko" - has surfaced online. Designed by MIT in cooperation with the Spanish government, the EV boasts some fairly unusual specs.
SunPower broke ground this month on a big solar installation at the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in California.
One suggested method of countering man-made climate change, injecting sulfate particles into the stratosphere, could carry serious consequences, say scientists.
Not every problem can be solved by throwing more money at it, but climate change is one of them.
Scientists working to tackle our energy challenges at the U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Wash., just got a powerful new weapon.
British scientists have developed a soap that respondes to magnetic fields, meaning it could potentially be used to capture oil spills.
GM fully cooperated with the NHTSA as the federal agency investigated a number of fires that occurred during crash testing of the Volt.
Making the case for an electric car - higher up-front costs, but then much less expensive and environmentally damaging to operate - to someone switching from a gasoline-powered car is pretty straightforward.
Manmade CO2 emissions over the last 100 to 200 years have already raised ocean acidity way beyond its normal natural range, says an international team of scientists.
Are big solar and wind – like oil and gas – ready to compete to use resources on federal lands?
Natural gas is a versatile fossil fuel used all around the world for heating buildings, generating electricity, and powering industry.
Dire predictions abound for U.S. wind power development if a federal production tax credit dies as scheduled at the end of this year, but projects already in the works appear to retain solid investment appeal.
Green is really in style with drivers all around the world right now. Many are moving to green vehicles like full EVs and hybrids to save at the pump and reduce pollution.