This company is developing materials for streets that can not only turn sunlight into electricity for the grid but also generate their own light and produce heat to melt ice and snow.
Researchers say their SunBOTs are 400 percent more efficient than comparable stationary devices.
An Iowa county has placed wind and solar energy projects on hold until October 2020
The private and public sectors must work together to develop the breakthrough technologies needed for a clean energy transition. Putting a price on carbon is needed because demand drives innovation.
Industry advocates have predicted more job losses are on the way as 30 percent tariff sets in.
Floating solar fuels rig can produce fuel that's currently used in NASA's rockets.
Wind farms in Oklahoma, Iowa and South Dakota will help power Google's global operations.
Smart windows become tinted in the sunlight—which could have twofold benefits.
A new project to fill the 1,000-mile exclusion zone with solar panels is expected to be commissioned next month.
One building already has electricity-generating windows.
These synthetic structures could be made into glass or textiles that could absorb sunlight one day.
If Puerto Rico takes Tesla up on the offer it could stop power outages and save 78 million gallons of fuel per year.
Google plans to buy enough wind and solar energy to offset all the electricity used by its 13 data centers and offices in 150 cities worldwide.
A three-part solution to unsubsidized climate change.
U.S. corporations are rapidly installing solar panels to save millions of dollars.
Ravi Kempaiah is aiming to ride 5,000 miles on an electric bike across the U.S. as part of a world record attempt.
Elon Musk's latest masterplan includes electric bus fleets and self-driving taxis.
The trajectory of clean energy industry expansion and dips will depend on three primary factors: technology, public policy and investment.
The Solar Impulse team successfully landed in California after a 62.5-hour flight from Hawaii.
National Grid will issue emergency instructions to generators to "power off" plants.
By killing the desert, we save those parts of the world that are not desert—a battle of competing visions that Death Valley Jim is fighting.
The moves are part of Obama's "broader vision" for ameliorating the effects of climate change.