Missouri University of Science and Technology begins construction on a $32 million geothermal energy system to power the school.
Nature’s most abundant sunlight harvester—the leaf—inspires Princeton University scientists to design a solar cell with similar morphology.
Scientists at UC Berkeley created solar cells with improved efficiency, but not because they absorb light better—because they emit it better.
After a decade of research, a UC Davis professor creates the first high-solid anaerobic digester for commercial use.
On the completely paved 2012 Pikes Peak course, perennial winner Nobuhiro Tajima will race up the mountain in a prototype electric vehicle.
The Long Island Power Authority was ranked ninth out of more than 240 utilities in the U.S. for having the most solar electricity in its energy mix.
Yale researchers determine the most efficient ways to generate power when tapping the salinity gradients where rivers meet oceans.
A remarkable community in Germany is collecting rainwater, keeping water consumption low and producing energy from recycling its own waste.
Dye-sensitized solar cells made with protein and low-toxicity dye were successful in tests by K-State graduate student Ayomi Perera, their inventor.
More than 1 million square feet of rooftop solar panels cover the Gloucester Marine Terminal in New Jersey, keeping fruits, meats and dairy products fresh.
After a successful test flight, the developer says hydrogen fuel cells could make unmanned military aircraft more reliable and give them great payload capacity.