Up to now the conventional wisdom has been that mass market appeal for an EV will only come in a small car. But is this true? We find out.
California high speed rail passes a major hurdle via approved funding for the first segment, but many challenges still loom.
We examine in this feature why forecasting the weather is more and more crucial to making renewable energy efficient and compatible with the power grid.
The skies the limit for the Chinese solar these days and now the country is reported to be investing $900 million in a solar energy park in the Andean country of Chile.
South Korea, through offshore wind power, is looking to expand its presence into cleaner forms of energy for its citizens.
A team from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has found a way of producing cheaper microbial fuel cells (MFCs).
A research team in the United Kingdom has published research claiming new methods for predicting waves could double current energy capture.
Researchers from North Carolina State University claim they’ve found a way of creating much slimmer thin-film solar cells, without compromising the cells’ performance.
Rare earth metals are an essential component in renewable energy technology and right now China has a monopoly.
The Department of Energy (DOE) has poured $3 million into a new research and development facility that is aimed at improving the efficiency of electric car batteries.
A driver of a Nissan Leaf is going to attempt to set a new world speed record, but in reverse.