Turn rush hour woes into electricity? We're in.
A team of scientists from the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology has successfully devised a new method to convert water and sunshine into usable "solar" fuel.
SolaRoad's solar bike path project is expected to continue its operations until 2018 after success in its few years of trials.
Elon Musk may solve the power crisis in Australia by installing $25 million worth of battery packs. He promised to have them installed and working in 100 days or everything will be free.
Consumers who will buy electric vehicles in New York from April 1 will receive a $2,000 rebate. Although considered a good move, environmentalists say that the government waited until the last minute to enforce the program.
California is pushing climate change to its limits in a bid to actually go for full-clean energy in 2045. This is perhaps the most ambitious attempt so far in eradicating the full use of coal energy for a state's grid, considering how resistant some coal companies - and even legislation - are to moves on green energy.
Tesla's solar roof will roll out before the year ends. Aside from harvesting power from the sun, it will be aesthetically compatible with many different home styles.
Wind energy is proving to be a growing industry in the U.S. with over 100,000 jobs being provided to workers. This is a milestone for the growing industry that is currently at risk of being affected by changing climate regulations under U.S. President Donald Trump's new administration.
Scientists are finally one step closer to harnessing the full power of the Sun. If all goes well, the Earth may not need fossil fuels as early as 2030.
Solar, themal or kinetic? Why choose one source, when a single material can harvest power from all?
People staying in tune with the news about renewable energy will be well aware how solar energy in the last decade has been a cycle of ups and downs. However, it appears this year marks the best year for solar energy so far. How did this happen?
China is on its way to become the first "Green Superpower" through building the world's largest solar farm in the western province of Qinghai.
Odds are looking great to people who are focused on learning more about the benefits and intricacies of renewable energy. It appears jobs in renewables is slated to grow by as much as 170-percent or more in terms of hiring in the next decade.
Aside from cutting down on air pollution, the suspension is also aimed at boosting their renewable energy investment.