- 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.
Targeting environmentally minded consumers, Ford's concept car uses a solar concentrator to directly charge a plug-in hybrid's batteries.
Recent winners of the VERGE 25 awards nail down what's driving change in sustainability and technology in 2013, 2014 and 2020.
The SunEdison founder and former Carbon War Room CEO talks about 'Creating Climate Wealth.'
Stars in sustainability, business and technology appeared in more than 75 GreenBiz videos over the past 12 months. These 10 stand out.
The VP responsible for eBay's data centers shows off an online ...
Wind farm operators create more accurate predictions about clean power generation using IBM's HyRef technology.
SolarCity is offering Tesla battery packs to reduce your peak-time demand charges with no upfront fee.
Energy has been little reason to be a part of these campaigns, but that's changing.
New smart grid technologies will enable electric vehicles to improve the electrical grid's reliability. Experts from GM and TimberRock explore with Joel Makower at this VERGE SF 2013 keynote...
Here's how Maryland’s first commercial solar PV and battery storage microgrid improves resiliency.
The iPhone maker's master plan features extensive green space, aggressive water conservation and one of the largest corporate solar arrays in the world.
This Austin store takes an innovative approach to selling solar power by speaking the customers' language.
Can an aerodynamic, 8-horsepower car drive from San Francisco to New York City on only $40 of biofuel?
From Washington, D.C. to Cupertino, Cal., Lisa Jackson brings a no-nonsense attitude to sustainability.
SunPower is snapping up startup Greenbotics, signaling an industry shift toward automation to clean and install panels.
Ontario's provincial and federal governments are lighting the path to providing renewable energy at a reasonable cost.
Hardware is getting cheaper, but other costs are holding back solar energy. Startups from Solar Power International are fighting to change that.
Hurricane Sandy was a painful wakeup call on grid vulnerability that catalyzed investment in distributed energy and smart grid tech.
The vision is that measuring billions of little things -- like online transactions or the smallest computers you've never heard of -- will accelerate advances in energy.
It's not necessarily about the death of fossil fuels, or finding a Microsoft of the microgrid world.