Car-sharing services, EVs, self-driving vehicles, bike fleets and more helped rev up sustainable mobility over the past year.
In this exclusive for GreenBiz, Covalence EthicalQuote rings up the companies and industries that grabbed headlines in 2013, for better or worse.
Recent winners of the VERGE 25 awards nail down what's driving change in sustainability and technology in 2013, 2014 and 2020.
Shari's Café & Pies uses Ecova's energy and utility management services to cut water consumption.
The VP responsible for eBay's data centers shows off an online ...
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New smart grid technologies will enable electric vehicles to improve the electrical grid's reliability. Experts from GM and TimberRock explore with Joel Makower at this VERGE SF 2013 keynote...
Here's why SMUD, ISO and other major utilities are turning to this startup to balance their electricity supplies.
Here's how Maryland’s first commercial solar PV and battery storage microgrid improves resiliency.
Companies are funding clean tech projects with zero money down and by using capital from energy savings.
GE and Whirlpool are finding energy savings through performance-based contracts for industrial and household machines.
Here's how the wireless company is seeking to be part of an era of "exponential discovery."
Here's how companies like GE and Votorantim aim to advance sustainability by teaming up with local players.
Tech execs share these 3 guiding principles for transforming data centers from necessary evils to areas of opportunity.
For UPS, ORION software is the key to a faster route from point A to point B.
The automaker uses climate science predictions to project production levels that will help meet its fuel efficiency targets.
Del Monte Foods is embracing food metrics for its growers.
The vision is that measuring billions of little things -- like online transactions or the smallest computers you've never heard of -- will accelerate advances in energy.
Making carpet may not seem particularly data-intensive. But there's something underfoot.
Today, farmers can get real-time information about everything from the nutrient status of their crops to soil moisture levels.