From 100-percent renewable energy strategies to EVs to new finance models for rooftop solar, these trends added up to a brighter future.
Solar in the U.S. has been on a tear, but utilities' uneasiness with distributed solar, costs and grid integration could throttle the pace of growth.
Kiva Labs, which aims to help nonprofits and social enterprises kickstart their green innovations, gets a boost from the tech giant.
A smart city future requires a holistic approach focused on the economy, environment and quality of life.
Remote audits from FirstFuel already have helped the government identify $14.5 million in energy savings. That's just the beginning.
While barriers remain, electric bikes are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to cars.
The startup's growth reflects how commercial and military users are key to driving adoption of grid energy storage.
Clean, safe and practical energy sources are being created in the laboratories of groundbreaking companies.
The heads of two progressive utilities offer clues on how to profit with solar, combined heat and power, and microgrids.
Consumers have been lukewarm about energy-efficiency measures. "It's good for you" isn't good enough. Here’s how to drum up excitement.
Microgrids and cogeneration kept the lights on for NYU and a housing development while Sandy caused widespread outages.
We know how important food, water and energy are to our daily lives, but what happens when we fail to value them as critical, interconnected resources for our economy?
Fashion designers, hydrologists and hackers mixed it up in this competition, which introduced Cleanweb and Social Impact categories.
Redox Power’s new fuel cell promises reliable energy for the same cost as current energy systems.
Is your server farm subject to spikes in electricity usage? If so, it may benefit from server-side power management.
The company’s remote auditing software has proved adept at picking out low-hanging fruit.
Corporations almost universally say they need better data about energy usage, and 45 percent plan to spend more to manage energy next year.
Microsoft's director of facilities, Darrell Smith, explains how the company leveraged Big Data to transform energy usage at its Puget Sound campus.
More than 600 energy storage projects operate worldwide, including 38 that went online during the first half of 2013.
New figures show greenhouse gas emissions at the search giant are continuing to fall.