How come Agassi, who was described on the 2009 TIME 100 list as “the closest we’ve seen to a Steve Jobs of clean tech — visionary, technologist, businessman” is no longer leading the company he founded? Here are four possible reasons.
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Governor Jerry Brown directed the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to allow oil refineries to produce winter-blend gasoline a few weeks earlier than usual.
Ford Motors and Schneider Electric are teaming up to increase the presence of electric chargers for the upcoming Ford Electric Focus as electric vehicles continue battle for global market share. The American car manufacturer announced at the Paris Motor show they will provide Schneider Electric’s EVLINK charging stations across Europe for homes and businesses. The … Continued
The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) just released their annual scorecard for the most energy-efficient states.
August’s massive blackout highlights the critical crossroads Indians and residents of fast developing nations around the world face: to try to emulate the fossil fuel-dependent development paths followed by developed nations or a sustainable development path centered on local, distributed renewable energy sources.
Two studies from Portland and New York City reveal bicyclists spend more than their peers who arrive at the same neighborhoods via car or public transport.
Scoot Networks will now rent you a zippy electric Scooter, providing an urban mobility solution designed to be easy, cheap and fast as well as fun and sustainable.
Fuels America, a group of advanced and conventional renewable stakeholders joined to fight for America’s Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). This comes after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is looking at waiving the RFS, largely thanks to the recent harsh drought conditions over the mid-western U.S. this summer.
Getting new product ideas funded via sites like Kickstarter is gaining increasing traction. But at the same time, the reality of actually manufacturing the product at scale, let alone run a business, has caused many businesses to stop at the starting block. CrowdHut, with its diverse bank of experts, aims to fill that gap.
AT&T just announced that it is expanding its use of fuel cells to power 28 data centers and other facilities in California and Connecticut.
Today three large multinationals have agreed to charter only vessels in the shipping industry that have the highest rates of energy efficiency.
Ryder, the Fortune 500 transportation services giant that generated over $6 billion in revenues last year, recently issued its third sustainability report.
A new software company called Melon has hitched its wagon to the growing energy conservation market, and it provides a nifty demonstration of the interplay between new federal initiatives and new opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Startups are normally seen as much more innovative than big companies – but Raz Godelnik investigates whether this is true for companies in the sustainability sector.