Massachusetts showcases a trio of farms that are powering their operations with solar, thanks in part to state support.
Japan’s post-Fukushima search for alternative fuel sourcing gives it, among other things, a solar-powered bus and taxi shelter.
E.U. funding is helping Wales install its first full-scale tidal stream energy generator, a “unique” system invented by a local engineer.
Bloomberg says operating wind-farm values declined by 5 percent in 2010 compared to 2009, but permitted, unbuilt projects saw big price gains.
The National Solar School Program is being cut short, but an installer is reminding schools that grant opportunities are still available.
Maine-based Ocean Renewable Power Company forms a Nova Scotia company to harvest power on the Canadian side of the Bay of Fundy.
Aiming to “see how fuel cells perform in real world operations,” the Energy and Defense departments team up to install cells at bases around the country.
Six-hundred rooftops at Hawaii’s Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam are getting solar panels, as the U.S. Air Force continues to go green.
GE says it will supply turbines and work with a local developer to bring the first wind-power plant to Vietnam’s Mekong Delta.
AT&T says it will install natural-gas burning Bloom Energy Servers at 11 of its sites in California, reducing CO2 emissions by 50 percent.
The Cedar Creek 2 wind plant puts Colorado in the renewable-energy headlines again, and gives the state 250 megawatts of new power-generating capacity.