A Florida company is doing big commercial solar installations without penetrating the roof; instead, it uses sprayed urethane to hold array stands upright.
A campaign now gathering funding on Indiegogo seeks to bring renewable energy and self-reliant living to Malawi, Africa in the form of an Earthship.
For those who long for a carbon-neutral life, the Zero Home is a dream come true.
Brazil’s planned Antarctic research station will use solar panels for the sunny summers and wind turbines in the long winters to supply renewable energy year-round.
Solar Rollers hope to teach teenagers to love solar energy, one race at a time.
Geostellar’s advanced simulation platform provides an instant analysis of each and every home’s solar potential.
The promise of renewable energy inspires students to take their classroom off-grid.
New tax abatement guidelines passed by the Cincinnati City Council will encourage local property owners to build structures at the highest LEED certification levels.
A recent study shows that solar installation costs have dropped substantially in 2011 and early 2012, but most savings have been offset by a reduction in government subsidies that the solar industry had been relying on for the last decade.
Built by Masdar, the array will be the first utility-scale solar power installation in the entire country