Just six months ago, California’s utility-scale solar production was peaking around 2,000 megawatts; now it’s nearing 3,000 MW.
Ohio officials say the data shows savings in energy and money with LEED schools, and the program provides “a healthier indoor environment.”
The Navy, seeking energy security, will make biofuel blends a regular part of its bulk fuel purchases.
Seatricity says it will go to Wave Hub to test a wave-energy system that pumps pressurized water ashore; a 10-megawatt array is planned.
There’s now a draft plan under consideration for taking the U.S. Army Garrison at West Point to net-zero energy use.
FuelCell Energy touts 2 billion kilowatt-hours of energy production. It’s actually not much in the grand scheme of things, but the rate of growth is impressive.
Taller wind turbines – and those in California – could present a greater risk to birds, according to a new study.
The movement to offer nursing home residents warm, engaging living spaces finally will reach Florida.
True, the German market is slowing, but utility-scale and residential installations are feeding U.S. growth, a third-quarter 2013 report reveals.
A little company in Upstate New York that builds pedal-power machines for a wide array of uses wants to make their designs open source.