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.
The idea of a fighting force showing cleantech savvy seems to make heads spin, but for better or for worse the U.S. military might just be our best proving ground for new technologies.
A new report from Pike Research confirms what the United States, Europe and even Google are banking on: offshore wind is going to be huge.
Democratic Arkansas Senator Mark Pryor recently announced the Clean Energy Technology Manufacturing and Export Assistance Act of 2011.
Thousands of jobs and lots of money in exports - according to General Electric, that's the payoff for the U.S. economy from five joint ventures the company plans to do with Chinese partners.