A Gates Foundation grant will help the Solar Electric Light Fund in its quest to build a vaccine freezer that doesn’t rely on failure-prone batteries.
Geothermal power markets are growing and will continue to do so, especially in Asia as well as in Europe and the U.S., a market analyst says.
The Obama administration backs a 315-MW wind farm on public lands near Ocotillo, Calif., but the project now faces a lawsuit from the Quechan Indian Tribe.
New Jersey has its first solar farm on a state-owned landfill, the 3-megawatt Kearny Landfill Solar Project, part of a PSE&G project called Solar 4 All.
The Spanish company Gamesa says its first offshore wind turbine prototype will go in at Arinaga Quay in the Canary Islands, not off the Virginia coast.
Silver State North in Nevada, the first of many utility-scale solar projects approved for public lands by the Obama administration, begins generating power.
A Pittsburgh company partners with the Haitian government to pick up trash and turn it into power in the Port au Prince area.
MidAmerican Solar and First Solar begin work on the 550-MW Topaz Solar Farm, a project whose development has not always been smooth sailing.
University of the Incarnate Word engineering students team up with a solar contractor to build a fully sustainable home on the San Antonio campus.
The Solar Strand, an installation evoking the pattern of a DNA fingerprint, is cranking out up to 750 kilowatts of power at the University of Buffalo.