Thanks to LED technologies, that whole part about the holiday lights involves a whole lot less electricity — and carbon — than it used to.
Genworth, the large private mortgage insurance firm spun-off from General Electric, now offers a discount for buyer of energy efficient houses.
Students in UC Berkeley’s “Human-powered Gym” program deliver workout machines that capture user-generated electricity and use it to charge electronic devices.
The Canadian province of Ontario has a good news story that shows important leadership in tackling climate change.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Lab Homes project is designed to test how new building technologies work and calculate their energy savings.
The UN is raising awareness of the developing world’s deadly and economically devastating sanitation challenge; could the solution be the CRAPPER?
Maryland’s first commercial solar PV and battery storage microgrid improves resiliency and enhances the grid.
Austin-based retailer Treehouse is proving that energy innovation is sometimes less about technology and policy and more about thinking like customers.
From the realm of solar gadgets comes the Sol Cuff, a device you wear on your wrist that uses light to charge your gear while also helping you see at night.
A new iPhone app from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory lets you locate alternative fueling stations at no charge.