Piedmont Biofuels in Pittsboro, North Carolina has developed an innovative, zero-waste process for making biodiesel using enzymes instead of harsh chemicals.
Researchers at MIT have developed a liquid-metal battery energy storage system that could make integrating renewable energy technologies more economical.
Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory say that a microorganism from the hot springs of Yellowstone could streamline the production of cellulosic ethanol.
A local company helps out Delaware’s Belvedere Volunteer Fire Company in Wilmington to commission a 50-kilowatt (kW) PV system on its firehouse that will power part of its operations.
UniSource Energy Services is launching a new program that allows its electric customers to buy solar energy from two solar power plants in Mohave County, Ariz.
A new study by Carnegie Mellon University examines ways that developers and manufacturers can mitigate the risk of hurricanes to offshore wind farms in the U.S.
The 367.2-MW Walney Offshore Wind Farm, recently commissioned off the coast of Barrow-in-Furness, in the U.K., is now the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
MIT researchers have developed an online tool that could enable solar energy researchers and manufacturers to make better silicon solar cells more quickly.
With a blast of light, Stanford researchers construct mesh from nanowires, possibly creating a breakthrough material for thin-film PV.
The U.S. Department of Energy announces $12 million in funding for its SunShot Incubator, which supports the commercialization of solar energy technologies.
The Army has announced plans to install a renewable energy micro-grid at its Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) near Detroit.