Although China has taken action on climate change, its military and security agencies haven't formally acknowledged the threats.
New regulations in Arizona require solar installers to provide the likely cost of a leased system over the life of the lease and let utilities charge solar fees.
Halting deforestation would be equivalent to taking the world’s cars off the road. From APP to Wilmar, some brands are turning a new leaf.
Solar panels can float in water, slowing evaporation while sparing land. Installations are all over the world and in some surprising bodies of water.
The chemicals giant invited experts to collaborate on ideas to make Sandy-struck Red Hook more resilient.
The world's most populous nation dropped consumption by nearly 3 percent last year, and is now closing mines and investing in cleaner energy.
Consumers are excited about the Powerwall battery for homes, but the scalable Powerpack for utilities could make an even bigger impact on how we finance energy storage.
The plan’s 10 building blocks address agriculture issues from the ground up.
U.S. data centers slurped down 91 billion kWh in 2013 alone. System architecture studies and new technologies promise to cut that by half.
The small country in Central America has made it through the first quarter of the year using zero electricity powered by fossil fuels.