Here's a way to bypass the sprawling transmission systems of the industrialized world into a new energy paradigm.
Italian startup Green Prefab is teaming with Microsoft to develop a simulation and modeling service for architects and engineers.
A new app shows consumers whether a company’s philanthropic allegiances match their own.
Can't wait to launch a market-disrupting startup? Before you design the next car-sharing app or energy dashboard, you'll need these tips.
Expect to see EPEAT-rated smartphones by mid-2014. As the Green Electronics Council and UL team up, ratings of tablets could come next.
The tech giant gave a sneak peek from its R&D labs, including projects to help city dwellers map air pollution and avoid hazards on their commute.
Energy conservation and sustainability are in style at LG Electronics. What does 'Jeong-Do' have to do with it?
A new iOS app aims to help small and midsize businesses kick the tires and compare their sustainability efforts.
Lisa Jackson moves to Silicon Valley after finishing stint at government agency.
What's true for the iPhone rings true for others.
The food service giant uses the Carbon FOODprint dashboard to scrutinize menu choices, energy consumption, water usage and waste disposal.
A new initiative by NREL aims to create tablet-based software for quickly building energy models during an audit.
A startup developes a smart phone app to help consumers sift through the dense world of energy rebates.
State-by-stage usage and climate impacts can be compared and contrasted with eVIZ.
Smart phones are proving their worth as tools for energy efficiency.
Dan Hesse says green programs have cut company costs, but getting customers to care about green devices is a challenge.
Two U.K.-based firms team up for a trial of innovative fuel cell-powered mobile devices.
The same panel would be used for charging the phone and the touch screen.
The registry for environmentally preferable electronics now includes imaging products along with computers and monitors.
The South Korean-based electronic company's new Evolution Kit enables TV upgrades without having to throw away the old.