Within three years, Tesla Motors is reportedly planning to roll out a virtually driverless car that takes over 90% of driving.
Sweden relies on burning its waste to provide electricity and heat to hundreds of thousands of homes, and the country is now running out.
The UK wind and marine power sector now employs three times as many as the coal industry, according to a new report.
The levelized cost of electricity for wind and solar installations across the US has fallen by over 50% in the past four years.
Scientists have discovered a new mechanism to perhaps generate more energy from sunlight.
Long distance transport seems to be getting easier and faster, after a new world record was recently set by the brand new Japanese Maglev train.
Wind energy, already strong in Europe, shows signs of growth in other parts of the world as well.
India may be looking to floating solar power stations, placed in locations such as ponds, in order to help boost its clean energy output.
The heat is on for ethanol, as the oil industry lobbies the Obama administration to lower the ethanol-gas mandate for 2014.
A new study finds that genetically modifying plants could help reduce the costs of biofuel production.
Elon Musk plans to unveil his design for the Hyperloop, a sort of superfast tube that will shuttle back and forth between Los Angeles and San Francisco in 30 minutes.