Portland, Oregon is getting a little help from computer giant IBM to help see how it can reach various city goals, including reducing its carbon emissions over the next several decades.
Corporate giants Boeing and Siemens have announced a new agreement between the two companies for a project that will bring smart grid technology to the U.S. Department of Defense.
Automaker BMW has launched a pilot program to turn the methane gas emitted by landfills into hydrogen.
NASA-funded researchers have discovered new ice formations moving across Antarctica, after creating the first complete map of the speed and direction of ice flow.
Researchers are always looking for the next big breakthrough in renewable energy technologies.
Good news, for once: new research indicates that, for polar sea ice at least, there's no 'tipping point' from which recovery is impossible.
Four fuel cell and hydrogen storage research and development projects are getting a $7 million boost from the Obama administration.
If you live in or commute daily to a city, you know the drawbacks of relying on a car.
There’s traffic, the high cost of gas and maintenance - not to mention the endless challenge of finding a parking spot.
A team of German industrial researchers says concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) systems that focus light on to solar cells can provide an effective alternative for powering remote irrigation networks.
It wasn't so long ago we brought you the Eagle Nest Hut - a concept design for an alpine hut that could be assembled at high altitudes and on uneven ground, powered by renewable energy.
Got an industrial-scale demonstration of photovoltaic modules, cells or substrates that offers lower-cost solutions in line with the Obama administration’s SunShot goals?
Snoopy will have more than the Red Baron to keep an eye on as competitors take to the skies above California's Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport this fall in pursuit of a $1.65 million prize for fuel-efficient aircraft.
If climate change continues, summer sea ice in the Arctic could disappear altogether - but in the meantime Arctic ice could temporarily stabilize or even increase.
NTT America, a subsidiary of Japanese telecom giant NTT, has selected Bloom Energy Servers to power its new Silicon Valley data center.
There was a leveling off of the amount of methane in the atmosphere towards the end of the last century - and scientists can't agree on why it happened.
Renewable energy production in the United States has surpassed the production of nuclear power for the first time, a government study reports.
California is certainly doing a lot to build up its green economy.
You think Lafayette College, you think East Coast liberal arts school. You think long discussions of the Hegelian system, and the allusions in Eliot's "The Waste Land."
It’s the perfect alpine retreat for the eco-conscious - that is, if your idea of the perfect alpine retreat involves hanging, literally, off the side of a mountain.
In times of natural disasters, mobile clinics can be a godsend to those facing injury, illness and lack of access to basic services.