According to a recent report, retrofitting an existing building beats the pants off of new green construction, in terms of eco-benefits, in nearly all cases.
A new report from the Carbon Disclosure Project finds that 82% of cities worldwide are taking action in preparing for climate change, largely on their own dime.
In an effort to reach building managers (while avoiding demand-side management red tape) building energy management companies have set their sites on utilities.
Surveying various cleantech start up creation indicators across 38 countries, a new index from the World Wildlife Federation places the U.S. in the top five.
According to a new report from SBI Energy, the global market for home energy management systems will reach $85 billion by 2015 and flourish through 2020.
Renewable energy has had less support from the US government than any other new form of energy supply in American history, according to new research.
According to a report by NEXT 10, California’s green sector grew at a rate three times that of other industries in 2008-2009 and now accounts for 174,000 jobs.
Strong policies on climate change could drive huge private investment, a Pew study says. China and India are looking good, but what about the U.S.?
A new report highlights the over 5 GW of solar power purchased by U.S. utilities through 2015 as an emerging driver in the global photovoltaic industry.
A new report by the Oregon Wave Energy Trust finds that Oregon has immense capacity to develop renewable wave energy throughout the Pacific Northwest.