COP 16 comes to a close, now what, the ;US administration makes a key appointment to the DOE's Nuclear Energy Team, guess how many lights have recently been replaced in Starbucks stores.
Qatar promises solar powered stadiums for the 2022 World Cup, the DOE launches the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Export Initiative and Illinois commissioners prepare for electric vehicles.
America's largest photovoltaic plant open for business, a Seattle developer builds a modular home and new funding for an EV Capacitor Project.
Mr. Joe Desmond, EVP & Chief Marketing & Business Development Officer of Ice Energy, discusses how the Ice Bear can be a useful energy storage device for numerous customers.
Did the EPA give the Nissan LEAF the expected 100-mile range rating, Lexus promotes its new hybrid vehicle with an interesting online campaign, and India's first LEED Certified Gold Hotel is now open for business.
Reusing electric vehicle batteries for additional applications, new DOE approved loans for natural gas cars, and details about a smart wall system.
Which football team will power their stadium with renewable energy in 2011, hockey getting into the renewable energy act too and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission proposes a small rule change to the way renewable energy is delivered.
How to harness solar energy from roads, the Tennessee Valley Authority to purchase wind power from a North Dakota Company and Greenleaf Power acquires another biomass plant.
The first ENERGY STAR multi-family high rise apartment completes construction in Wisconsin, which energy provider is entering the Illinois residential Com Ed market in early 2011, and a company known for its pretzels is planning to build the largest ground based solar energy farm in Pennsylvania.