New water harvester device is capable of pulling liters of water out of the air using solar energy.
In the future, every household will be able to produce nearly three liters of water daily with this tool.
NASA and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) partnered to study the Sun's atmosphere and its solar winds with the help of a Draper Technology.
SolaRoad's solar bike path project is expected to continue its operations until 2018 after success in its few years of trials.
Graphene is at it again. Scientists appear to be able to create solar panels that can generate energy when it rains, completely being one step closer to changing the entire dynamic of solar energy.
Scientists develop a process of finding materials that could be the key to finally unlocking solar fuel.
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.
Researchers from the State University of New York have released a new study that elaborated a new method to use sunlight to distill drinking water.
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.
France has just become the site of the world's first solar-paneled roadway. Wattway deployed on the streets of Tourouvre-au-Perche a massive 1,000-meter long solar-paneled roadway. The roadway is part of the company's 1,000-kilometer goal.
Everybody is well aware that the nuclear accident in Chernobyl is the worst nuclear accident in modern history. It directly caused the deaths of 50 people, with an additional 4,000 fatalities that were caused by exposure to radiation.
Solar power has become cheaper than coal in some parts of the world. And statistics show that in less than a decade, it will be the lowest-cost option almost anywhere in the globe.