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.
A Habitat for Humanity home in Edmonton aims for net zero energy use, in part by taking advantage of the insulating qualities of precast concrete.
Hitachi says it will begin demonstration tests in the North American market of a 1-megawatt lithium-ion container-style energy storage system.
Two Coloradans made themselves a tiny house, and now they’re sharing a story of learning to build, and live, small.
An Obama administration decision to allow 30-year permits that allow wind farms to kill limited numbers of bald and golden eagles draws outrage from Audubon.
Siting has to be done with care, but Maine Audubon says there are areas where wind power can be developed with minimal wildlife impact.
SolarCity says its new DemandLogic system will use intelligent management software and Tesla battery technology to trim peak demand for businesses.