Shoppers will be able to buy solar panels at all stores in the UK by the end of next year.
Some utilities are doing their best to derail renewable portfolio standards.
What will it take to get solar onto the rooftops of every store on the block?
Self-consuming systems can spur building owners and tenants to use as much onsite solar electricity as possible. Could it work in the US?
Here's how to ensure that distributed power and renewables thrive, following America's Power Plan.
Faced with the prospect of a dwindling customer base, some power companies want to end public subsidies.
Off-grid streetlights powered by on-site solar or wind technology could cut costs for real estate developments.
Keep looking to the American west for leadership in solar and wind energy. A report from ACORE explains why.
Don't believe all the hype spelling out gloom for utilities. A smarter grid can thrive well into the next century.
More than 600 energy storage projects operate worldwide, including 38 that went online during the first half of 2013.
The latest ratings of solar companies shows that companies aren't keen on disclosing their impacts. Will NGOs and regulators force them to change, or will the industry's own initiative...
We can't fail in revamping the nation's power grid, but how are we going to pay for it?
Few people are racing to renewables, but you can count on deal seekers and three other types.
New figures show greenhouse gas emissions at the search giant are continuing to fall.
As more companies install solar panels on their buildings, expect to see some big changes in utility business models.
Want solar on my roof? Go ahead and pay me for it. Seriously. Here's how.
The deal gives GE a 1.77 percent stake in First Solar as they commit to work together to accelerate rollout of solar technologies.
A company's decade-long quest to transform and optimize the currency of the industrial economy.
Vieste Energy and Environmental Systems Design want to create a portfolio of U.S. data centers that run entirely on renewable energy.
Here's a way to bypass the sprawling transmission systems of the industrialized world into a new energy paradigm.