The Heartland Institute sends “real scientists” to “advise” Pope Francis on climate change, but they don’t really meet with him, so what’s up with that?
Author: Tina Casey
High-end electric vehicle company Tesla Motors is plunging into the high stakes commercial and residential energy storage market in California.
A new electric vehicle market report from Frost & Sullivan charts the rise in global EV sales, but signs of sluggishness appear in the U.S. market: Due to falling gas prices, American car buyers are “trading in hybrid and electric cars for SUVs at a higher rate than ever before.”
New York state’s new fracking ban is good news for stakeholders in winery and tourism industries, but they could still be vulnerable to other impacts.
Last week the National Hockey League announced a major new push for sustainability through a new partnership with the energy services company Constellation, which will embrace millions of NHL fans in climate action goals along with its professional rinks and other facilities.
Using the smart grid as a springboard, PG&E envisions a “Grid of Things” that enables electricity consumers to interact with their utility.
Panasonic and its partners have launched Fujisawa SST, a new smart growth town that aims to build a community of innovators.
The Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems just demonstrated a new plug-and-play photovoltaic system that takes the guesswork out of solar ownership.
China is generally assumed to be No. 1 in global wind energy, but ever since 2008 the U.S. wind energy industry has delivered the most kilowatt hours.
GM hopes to use leftover glue from the 2015 Corvette to make stalactites for artificial bat caves, to help prevent bats from catching white nose synd
leading corporations 3M, Cisco Systems, and Kimberly-Clark Corporation have partnered with the World Wildlife Foundation and the National Geographic Society to offer their employees something that we’re going to call “instant” solar financing.
GE funds Power Africa Off-Grid Energy Challenge for local renewable energy, but it also markets “power in a pinch” transportable natural gas generators in the region.
As a coastal city with an inland water supply, New York City faces a unique set of challenges for climate change resiliency in a future marked by frequent, destructive coastal storms and rising sea levels.