mPower Technologies has won a coveted award for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show by developing an emergency light whose battery has a shelf life of at least 20 years.
A program launched in California to label at retail televisions which are even more energy efficient than Energy Star recommendations has now spread to the Northwest.
A huge solar-paneled project rising up on an Air Force base in Arizona is set to become the country’s largest solar-powered community to date, generating 75 percent of its power needs.
Electric car manufacturer Wheego recently said its new Whip electric car is now available through a network of independent dealers around the United States.
Toshiba was recently showcasing a new portable fuel cell charger as an alternative energy source for very power hungry mobile consumer electronics, such as cell phones.
The Electric Car Company, an electric car conversion firm, is unveiling shortly a full Porsche Boxster EV conversion said to hit 60 MPH in as little as 5.5 seconds.
A yearly design competition highlighting innovation in consumer focused green tech is open again for submissions, targeting February 2010 for judging and awards.