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As is the case with fake meats such as substitutes for the “bloody burger” and chicken strips made from pea flower, it may just be time to start recreating seafood alternatives, otherwise known as “analogs.”
Tesla has another challenge on its hands: GM’s all-electric Chevy Bolt, slated for release by the end of this year, has an EPA range exceeding that of the Model 3.
An Arkansas startup partnered with the global solar powerhouse Yingli to bring a new low-cost, high-efficiency solar cell to the marketplace. And that’s not the only good news for clean power in the state.
The 21st-century grid has the potential to be a lower-cost, lower-emissions and higher-reliability solution. And large utilities are ushering in the next generation of electricity.
With millennials becoming more influential in the business world, forward-thinking energy providers are reassessing their customer engagement strategies. Utilities that don’t follow suit stand to lose a significant portion of their customer base.
Poised at the crossroads of biometrics and artificial intelligence, is voice recognition software the most important technological advancement of 2016?
The massive power grid on the eastern U.S. can easily handle 30 percent renewable energy — and more — according to a new supercomputer study.
The cheapest smartphones can prove to be valuable for those escaping countries including war-torn Syria and Iraq, as they help connect with loved ones abroad while rebuilding lives in their new homes.
This year, transportation outpaced the utility sector as America’s largest carbon emitter. That demands big change. And these seven partnerships aim to deliver it.
Landlords who want to “get to know” their prospective tenants have new tools in their arsenal. It’s tenant reporting services like we’ve never seen before. Social media and personal data normally protected under state and federal law are up for grabs. As one landlord consulting service put it, if the information is in a publicly accessible social media account, it’s “fair game.”
Swiss researchers have developed a low-cost, solar-powered water-splitting device that offers new hope to fans of the hydrogen economy of the future.