America is finally getting its first offshore wind farm—by next fall, five floating turbines in Rhode Island will break open a new cleantech market in the United States.
As expected, Obama has shot down the nation's most controversial oil pipeline. And it's not why he says he did.
Even with the advent of GPS and advanced navigation technology, the towers on the rocks shine.
Whether they’re in bottles or boilers, bubbles make a world of difference.
We're one step closer to irreversible climate change.
To feed its booming economy, India is loading up on coal. Millions will die, and tens of millions will at least wind up with asthma.
A Stanford business professor predicts that today’s energy and automobile industries will be swept away in just over a decade by solar and wind power, and electric cars.
A series of reports suggests that natural gas production estimates have been wildly overoptimistic.
The UK just debuted buses that run on sewage. But that’s just the latest innovation in the millennia-old story of poop-based fuel.