LED light bulbs are the new vanguard in energy efficiency and lighting quality, but incandescent bulbs are on the comback…
Wave power could account for a quarter or more of U.S. electricity needs if we work to develop its potential around our coastlines, and could also provide other countries with a readily available renewable and free energy source.
The Great Green Grid A Smart Grid That Lets Us Better Control Our Energy Use May Finally Be Ready to Launch
The smart grid will allow us to really make use of renewable energy like wind and solar and give consumers new control over their energy use…
Boulder, Colorado, is now SmartGridCity. Thanks to a test run of smart grid technologies there, residents are already saving money and reducing energy use.
Plug-in hybrid and electric cars can work with the smart grid, by drawing energy when it’s most efficient and helping to store renewable energy…
A few easy ways to lighten the energy load and lower your bills this summer.
Spreading out wind power over small and midsized projects can bring a more stable energy supply and act as a launchpad for bigger applications.
While politicians argue over drilling in the Arctic and along the coasts, an “underground” energy movement—geothermal—is quietly taking shape.
What’s hogging energy under the computer’s hood, and how new models and new habits can help consumers save.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is handing out preliminary permits to pursue a hot new form of “hydrokinetic” energy.