First-time corporate energy buyers such as 3M and future-focused mobility moves by Toyota are just the tip of the news that made waves last year.
75 percent of Haiti's population lives without access to electricity. Distributed renewable energy promises to be the anwer.
The web services arm of the largest online retailer in the world teams up with Dominion Virginia Power to power data centers.
Equitable access to solar power not only levels the playing field for all types of people, but it also helps to stabilize cities. Watch these examples.
A combination of electric vehicles, shared transportation, public transit and planning for self-driving cars are crucial to efforts underway in the Texas capital.
SolarCity's stock drop and state pullbacks on net metering are just distracting outliers.
A global climate pact, clean energy pledges by cities and islands, greener trucks and cars — there was no shortage of good news last year leading to a brighter energy future.
With plentiful hydropower and a thriving tourist industry, Alaska's capital is an ideal place for electric vehicles.
The famously earthquake-prone California city is looking to mitigate unnecessary infrastructure risks.
Hewlett-Packard is the latest in a slew of tech companies to bet big on renewable energy — a long-term play still fraught with short term complications.