- Want to test a smart garbage system? AT&T's "maker" lab can take an idea to a prototype in an hour. Other tech giants are incubating M2M tools, too.
Here's what we can learn from Texas's current approach to energy and water policy.
Dynamic glass that responds to glare and heat can make buildings smarter, and Sage is ready to produce millions of square feet of it.
Over time, the company's IntelliCommand solution will become an integral component of its professional services.
The new class will be the sixth group of fellows who will work with companies, schools and government agencies.
Cheryl Martin, deputy director of the Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy talks energy innovation at the 2013 VERGE conference in Boston.
In one month, 300 participating schools conserved over 1.5 GW of electricity as part of the Green Cup Challenge.
Volvo's software stores the topography of hilly roads and then optimizes how its trucks drive on them.
Michigan State University needed something to measure the impact of different decisions against a set of key environmental metrics.
FedEx's newest electric vehicles in its growing fleet deliver all night on one charge per van.
In 2012, Thailand's state utility had achieved 15,700 gigawatt hours of energy savings with its energy efficiency program, exceeding its own targets.
NRG Energy volunteers discover how solar energy may spur economic development in the earthquake-ravaged country.
New addition to offer thought leadership for a series of VERGE conferences.
Usually known for ultra-modern buildings, Frank Gehry takes modern to a new level -- with a landscaped roof -- with his second green-roofed building in the United States.
The drugstore chain builds its first net-zero retail store.
The sales and marketing software company has set a long-term goal of sourcing 100 percent of its power from renewables.
The Department of Energy’s three-year-old Better Plants program has helped more than 100 companies discover energy savings hiding within their facilities.
The federal government is helping local and regional leaders prepare for a big surge in electric vehicle use.
It may be unthinkable for cities to go dark at night but that's what's about to happen in France, thanks to a new law.
Meeting the experts’ goal could cut carbon pollution by one-third and save $327 billion each year, among other benefits.
In the business of saving energy for your customers? Pay attention to developments in New York and Massachusetts to spot trends.