New findings from a clean tech research firm suggest many consumers want to see e-waste recycling, but few are willing to bear the financial costs associated with it.
People Power, a smart grid focused start up, believes an “open source” approach to connecting consumers and utilities over the grid is best. We catch up with them to find out why.
The California Energy Commission, in an expected move, voted unanimously to enact strong energy efficiency standards on television manufacturers selling TVs in that state.
The new Power HotSpot is a solar-powered charger built to withstand extreme outdoor conditions, providing juice for everything from iPods and cell phones to deer feeders and boat aerators.
As part of an overall push to significantly reduce the environmental impact of its packaging materials, Dell announced that it will now be shipping select netbooks with bamboo product cushions.
A new concept from two Lithuania-based designers utilizes kinetic energy collected from a pair of pants to power MP3 players while exercising.
Macally, a well known manufacturer of computer accessories, recently began selling a couple of laptop cooling stands which are made from sustainable bamboo.