The Tesla Roadster is going out with a flourish.
When it comes to green, California is undoubtedly at the forefront, with many millions of dollars invested in various projects to help make the state less reliant on energy that causes pollution.
A group of academics has suggested a pragmatic, if radical, solution to the problem of continuing commercial whaling - putting a price on the animals.
The increasing amount of dissolved carbon dioxide oceans is driving fish crazy, Australian researchers say.
Fuel cell technology has been steadily making the transition from research and development to commercialization over the past year.
When Toyota launched the world's first mass produced hybrid in Japan in 1997, it felt like a bit of a gamble for the huge Japanese auto maker.
Over the last decade we have seen cars and technology start to converge significantly.
Many vehicles are now packed with default tech you could only get with aftermarket accessories not too long ago.
Honda has been pumping out its Accord model since 1976. In 2005, a short-lived hybrid model was launched, which, because of slow sales and not-too-impressive fuel economy, only lasted until the 2007 model year.
A long-hypothesized particle which could cool the planet by cleaning up the atmosphere has finally been discovered.
Ford is teaming up with Microsoft, Healthrageous and BlueMetal Architects to help people maintain their health and perform "wellness research" while in the car.
Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that the fast-growing, brilliantly bright sunflower offers guidance on how best to gather solar energy.
Most of the attention paid to Volkswagen at this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit will be directed toward its new, irresistible electrified E-Bugster concept.
Biodiesel may sometimes seem like cleantech's ugly step-child, receiving less attention and less funding than other up-and-coming renewable energies like solar and wind.
Ford has gone official with its long-awaited 2013 Fusion midsize sedan. The vehicle boasts a sweet new design with some definite Jaguar influence.
The Coda electric vehicle (EV) has a rather interesting history.
We have manmade global warming to thank for the fact that we're not all shivering in an ice age, according to research from Cambridge University that's likely to prove highly controversial.
One way to judge a startup is by its backers, and CoolPlanet BioFuels certainly has a roster that suggests the next-generation cellulosic biofuels company is up to something interesting with its "negative carbon fuel."
MIT economist Christopher Knittel recently published a report analyzing the fuel economy of vehicles on the streets in 2006.
There is a moment in Bill Jaeger's latest biofuels paper when his scholarly posture crumples a bit and he seems to want to shout loud enough for policymakers in Washington, D.C., to hear him all the way from Corvallis, Oregon.
Most of the world is taking small steps to reduce energy consumption – such as changing to CFL light bulbs or Energy Star appliances, and perhaps installing a few solar panels.