You don’t usually think of taking the elevator up to the roof to enjoy your lunch in the park, but that’s exactly what shoppers in Cupertino are going to be able to do once the […]
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Need some help keeping company employees from battling it out over a limited number of electric car chargers? Here’s a list of suggestions that might help.
You can call it another loan-guarantee success story: One of the world’s biggest solar PV plants is fully operational in California.
The global Renault-Nissan Alliance pushes its 100,000th electric car to drivers around the world, with the Leaf continuing to dominate the pack.
The sun-powered Solar Impulse airplane leaves Dallas for St. Louis, where it will make use of a revolutionary inflatable hangar at storm-damaged Lambert Airport.
The U.S. Department of Energy solar incubator program, aiming to nurture breakthrough technologies, gives out is seventh round of grants.
A clever team of four teenage girls recently assembled a working generator that’s turns a single liter of urine into 6 hours of electricity.
The West Coast dominates Clean Edge’s new “Metro Index,” with San Jose grabbing the gold in the ranking of U.S. cleantech leadership.
Built in part around concepts developed via the City 2.0, a new city slated for Porto will incorporate an army of smart sensors to optimize urban life.
Inspired by the Google shuttle, the San Francisco startup RidePal is aiming to provide stuck-in-traffic drivers a plush and eco-friendly commuting alternative.
The Environmental Defense Fund, in its latest column, takes a look at how cleantech is making inroads into Texas, a state normally known for oil, oil, oil.
Jim Wilson, CMO of Sage, talks about how he believes his company’s smart glass is set to change the way green buildings work.
A U.S.-backed program puts vehicle-to-vehicle communication devices in 3,000 Michigan cars, testing systems that could make driving safer.
Winners of Kaiser Permanente’s international Small Hospital, Big Idea competition have envisioned what a small, near-net-zero-energy hospital of tomorrow might look like.