The U.S. now leads the world in wind energy production, with incredible resources left to tap over land and sea. And a growing wind industry brings with it high-paying jobs, improved national security and a major reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
E uncovers some of the most over-the-top green luxury products, from ethical cufflinks to solar yachts.
The U.S. solar industry is at an all-time high, but it still hasn’t caught up with Europe.
Some 17 states now offer homeowners tax rebates or incentives for the purchase and/or installation of solar power equipment.
Solar roadways whereby solar collectors are embedded into road surfaces to provide electricity for lights and other needs are no longer just a pipe dream…
The rise of solar energy as a viable technology contributing to a clean electricity future is exciting enough, but equally compelling is the industry’s ability to create well-paying, life-enhancing jobs.
A solar hot water heater could save you money on utility bills and also help mitigate the effects of runaway climate change.
One of the world’s most prized ecological zones will soon become a showcase for renewable energy in remote locations. Early this year, crews are expected to break ground on a wind farm on San Cristobal, the largest of four inhabitable islands in the Galapagos Archipelago.
In a development that makes a mockery of its own declaration that the U.S. is experiencing an energy crisis, the Bush Administration recently proposed drastic 30 percent cuts in federal programs that promote energy-efficient buildings and encourage businesses and homeowners to invest in solar and wind power.