Distributed energy and the rise of net-zero buildings are slashing fossil fuel use, according to a Clean Edge trends report.
Extracts from marine plants can substitute the expensive platinum in photovoltaic cells.
So, you think renewables are a speck on the energy landscape? Think again.
When it comes to energy efficiency, technology helps, but it is not the only solution, says NREL's Paul Torcellini.
The administration is seeking green technologies to put to the test in its Green Proving Ground program. Do you have something to recommend?
There's no doubt that traffic stinks. But could it have an electrical benefit?
Nearly a quarter of single-family builders installed energy-producing equipment such as geothermal heat pumps and photovoltaics in new construction projects last year, according to NAHB.
A 2003 AIA COTE Top Ten project, the Chicago Center for Green Technology may have helped kick-start the city's green-building boom.
Harvard scientists have figured out a way to produce structural color.
A college student finds that waves made by swimmers in the campus pool produce enough electricity to power 10 100-watt lightbulbs for a day.
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