Utilities and electric co-ops in Austin and San Antonio are using creative thinking and tech entrepreneurship to pull ahead.
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Motivated by supply chain interest, the office furniture giant extended its volume pricing to partners.
Elon Musk and Jeff Immelt recently presented two sides of the same innovation coin at Tesla’s factory.
Don't be fooled — it's a devilishly hard task to accomplish.
By 2020, the partnership could develop enough renewable generation capacity to cover Unilever's U.S. sites.
Higher costs and technical challenges from the ocean environment itself has put it decades behind wind and solar. Can it catch up?
In addition to reducing costs for consumers and utilities, energy retailers can increase their revenue.
Four states have green banks to drive financing for renewable energy. Here's the vision for a federal one.
The deal is Ikea's largest renewable energy investment to date.
If the name Panasonic brings to mind TVs, laptops and cameras, think again. The electronics brand is angling to become an "Eco Solutions" powerhouse.
Three programs illuminate the potential for renewables and distributed resources at the university, city and state levels.
Extreme winter and cool logic dictate a smoother transition to renewables. Here's how we can keep the lights on, from the COO of NRG Energy.
Distributed energy and the rise of net-zero buildings are slashing fossil fuel use, says Clean Edge in this 2014 trends report.
France's Chateau Maris uses bricks made from organic hemp and lime, while solar panels produce all of its energy.
The VP of data centers at Google discusses innovative ways the tech giant is mitigating its footprint as it strives to become net-positive.
Millions of acres of degraded terrain could hold 100 times the current U.S. solar capacity — and avert the environmental tradeoffs of blockbuster solar projects.
The batteries could step in as a substitute for inefficient peaker plants or to back up intermittent renewable energy.
It won't be long before solar-plus-battery systems become cheaper than utility-sourced electricity.
More solar capacity was installed in the last 18 months than the last three decades combined, according to new data.