The clean energy industry grew by 18 percent in a single year. Worldwide, the sector is booming.
Fossil fuel plants currently drain billions of dollars of water—switching over could help save the thirsty state.
The world's most sophisticated, well-paid energy analysts all drastically underestimated the growth in renewable power. One group didn't.
A new report from the Department of Energy finds that wind will provide 10 percent of the nation’s power by 2020—and double again in the ten years after that.
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.
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.
It's still most likely that our ideas about wind turbines are making us sicker than anything their spinning blades are doing.
The tiny Scandinavian country is paving the way for the clean energy revolution.
If you count the cost of mining, pollution, and healthcare, wind power beats coal by a mile.
"In 2013, renewable power capacity expanded at its fastest pace to date."