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The DOE has signed an MOU to collaborate with Georgetown University in launching a 2-year, $5M energy efficiency competition open to 8,892 small and mid-sized communities across the nation. The initiative falls right in line with President Obama’s recently announced National Climate Change Action Plan, as well as sustainable cities and communities initiatives that have launched around the world in recent years.
A cultural commitment to sustainability led SAP Labs’ developers to create a better company bus system, ultimately leading to new business as well.
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) announced recently that it will invest $30 million in Energy Excelerator, a Hawaii-based program that funds the development of clean energy innovations.
America’s power sector has been largely unchanged for many decades, yet faces the potential for drastic transformation in the years to come as a result of technological innovations and a changing mindset among consumers towards energy consumption.
The Federal Aviation Administration joined with a group of universities to run a new Air Transportation Center of Excellence (COE) for alternate jet fuels and the environment.
FIFA is working to offset the carbon footprint of the 2014 World Cup and the 2013 Confederations Cup, which is projected to be just over 2.7 million tons carbon.
By Keith Patterson Renewable energy has seen significant growth over the past decade. While the most obvious projects use wind and solar to create usable power, some smaller-scale ideas have that same power coming from unexpected places. Here’s a look at what some green entrepreneurs were able to accomplish in the clean gadget industry. 1. … Continued
Mere weeks after securing a staggering $258 million in new funding from Google Ventures and TPG Capital, car-booking service Uber is already training its venture-infused guns on its closest competitor — Lyft. In response to Lyft’s launch in St. Paul, Phoenix and Indianapolis last week, Uber announced that it is offering free rides in these cities from Uberx — the lower-cost version of its premium booking service.
Nissan will launch the e-NV200 all-electric compact delivery van in 2014, which should get a boost from the growing U.S. EV charging network along with federal support for EV fleets.
The California Public Utilities Commission issued a proposed decision this week that will guide power companies towards an increased utilization of energy storage. The proposed framework lays out both a timeline and a set of goals that will, according to Energy Storage North America (ESNA), “jump start the market for energy storage solutions” in this … Continued
California’s electricity system has reached a transforming regulatory milestone. On September 3, Commissioner Carla Peterman of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) authored a proposed decision ordering a 1.325 GW utility energy storage procurement target for California’s electric grid by 2020, if viable and cost-effective.