China is already planning for the installation of its second, third, and fourth wave power plants from SDE, an Israeli company.
At a time when energy technologies are transitioning, Romney summarises his plans with a technology that has barely changed since horses and buggies.
A team of scientists at MIT has tweaked a common bacteria into producing biofuel the way a cow produces milk: without having to be squished.
Winner of the Gates’ Reinvent the Toilet challenge is a solar-powered WC that breaks down waste into hydrogen gas, water, and solids.
Alongside its cutting-edge and utility-scale green energy projects, the US Army is also undertaking a critical experiment in energy efficiency at base camps.
Mitt Romney once said ‘you can’t drive a car with a windmill on it.’ He should check in with GE and Urban Green Energy.
The latest round of testing on wireless recharging technology used to ‘refuel’ electric aircraft in flight via laser beams has beaten expectations.
The companies’ latest project will cover more than 850 military homes with about 18,000 solar panels generating about 6.4m kWh of electricity annually.
OriginOil and Ennesys partner on a small-scale, energy-efficient system for harvesting algae in preparation for producing algae biofuel.
In the US, another light bulb deadline looms, with the phasing out of T-12 fluorescent tubes. But where’s the outrage?