It’s less costly to get electricity from wind turbines and solar panels than coal-fired power plants when climate change costs and other health impacts are factored in, according to a new study published in Springer’s Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.
Efficient is better than not efficient. More efficiency is better than less. In case you’re wondering, there is a light at the end of this tunnel, and I’m pretty sure it looks like the Zero Home.
100,000 plug-in electric vehicles sold in over the last two years. That’s what advocacy group Plug In America recently celebrated with an Alabama man who purchased said vehicle a short ago. It was an ironic choice though, representing one of the lesser well selling of this classification of vehicle here in the United States.
Is the green car revolution finally starting to take hold?
Hot on the heels of yesterday's news about the arrival of the first people in the Americas, an international team has revealed a previously-unknown culture that was flourishing just a thousand or so years later.
A detailed genetic analysis has settled the question of how and when the first Americans arrived in the continent.
It’s been a pretty gloomy week in music – but let MXDWN offer you condolence in these troubled times.
New research from the Interstate Renewable Energy Council confirms that strong consumer demand combined with rebates are driving installation of photovoltaics, solar heating and concentrating solar technologies.
The fallout from the last American Godzilla film is long gone. But now Legendary Pictures, the same company behind Clash of the Titans, The Dark Knight, Inception, and 300, wants to give the big guy another shot.
America.gov is no more as the State Department allocates resources from the site towards new social media endeavors.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois is currently prepping legislation that would implement a state sales tax for Internet e-commerce.
More than 50-percent of Americans plan to do at least half their holiday shopping online this year.
On Black Friday however, millions will flock to big box retailers and small shops alike, hoping to score an in-person deal.
Americans are getting fed up with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) molesting and x-raying travelers.
Well, what a surprise! It seems as if the clueless suits and ties running corporate America have little interest in allowing their employees to have any fun or down time.
Tech-savy Chinese consumers have already surpassed their American counterparts in mobile Internet use, with 38% of Chinese wireless subscribers surfing the Web compared to just 27% of Americans.