The city invites all civic-minded entrepreneurs to participate in its "living lab". Meanwhile, Cisco is working on smart parking with Streetline.
Can a technology upstart headed by Google employee No. 35 disrupt the market for renewable energy?
This Connecticut resort is a leader in hotel energy efficiency, recycling and water savings.
Turning everyday objects, such as thermostats and streetlights, into smart connected devices has lots of potential if businesses and cities can find the killer apps.
The president has made over 300 new private and public sector commitments to move away from fossil fuels and toward building a greener economy.
Here's how NRG, PG&E, Xcel and others are using clean-energy innovation to defy doomsday predictions about the utilities industry.
Legrand's three-pronged approach helped this company improve on Better Buildings, Better Plants — on a budget.
Using a high-resolution camera and sensors, they can take on a variety of jobs such as checking for defects in wind turbines and solar panels.
It's time for big energy companies to embrace the chance rethink their current business models, says a report by Ernst & Young.
Here's how the University District of Spokane, Wash., is harnessing Big Data and emerging as a smart city laboratory.
What's the next step for building smarter cities? The sustainability head of the chemicals and coatings company explains.
A recent event in Salt Lake City revealed auspicious signs for a carbon-reduced energy future.
Citigroup assesses climate concerns and chooses three key areas to manage: energy efficiency, operations and risk management.
From California to Washington, D.C., cooperative models are helping more people join the solar revolution.
At the Solar Summit, the Obama administration announced it will promote renewable energy installation for federally subsidized housing and military bases
In Minnesota, New Jersey, California and beyond, business leaders are achieving important victories in the fight for a smarter energy system.
The Business Renewables Resource Center aims to increase clean energy procurement by large commercial and industrial companies.
AT&T has used the WaterMAPP to achieve building water savings of up to 40 percent. Now the scorecard and calculator are available to any business.
From Boston to Salt Lake City, cities are banding together to combat the biggest demand for energy and source of carbon emissions.
The chairman of California Energy Commission explains the future role of renewables in powering the Golden State.