Larry Ellison’s bold vision for a sustainable Lanai. What are the technologies and methodologies behind the vision? How does Mr. Ellison plan to create this fantasy Island?
The Hawaiian island of Lana’i, considered a paradise by many, is slated for sustainable technology development that doesn’t sit well with everyone.
Massachusetts-based startup WiTricity believes it has the answer to electric vehicle (EV) charging through wireless technology.
If you want to see one of the smartest buildings in the world, head to the Earth Rangers Centre for Sustainable Technology just outside of Toronto.
This 2,500-square-foot vacation home in northern Vermont accomplishes energy savings with some serious energy monitoring—while celebrating its habitat by bringing nature indoors.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that you can’t sell energy efficiency products or services to those who don’t fit the typical eco-conscious or green personas.
Our infrastructure—the very thing that more than 315 million people in the United States rely on every day—is crumbling. Can sustainable infrastructure practices save it?
There are many practical reasons to be energy efficient, and that will change from person to person.
Just because we tend to be “too busy relaxing” when we’re in our homes, doesn’t mean we don’t care about saving energy and money and being more efficient.
Early in a new U.S. Congress, the House of Representatives has already held a hearing on energy efficiency technologies.
Personalization will be key to selling energy-conserving technologies to help one find the exact match to what type of energy savings are desired.