In the last decade Big Oil spent $71 billion on clean energy technologies. But is the oil industry really ready to embrace the green revolution?
Fifteen elementary, middle and high schools across the South San Francisco School District are set to pull in around half their electricity from the sun.
In California, massive Santa Rita Jail his outfitted with a new microgrid that will ensure it never goes dark, thanks to solar, wind and fuel cell power.
The city of Dinuba, Calif., partners with Chevron Energy Solutions and Tioga Energy to install a 1.5-MW solar array at its wastewater treatment plant.
At the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, in Georgia, methane gas captured from a landfill is generating 1.9 megawatts of renewable electric power and steam.
Chevron has announced a 1 megawatt concentrated photovoltaic facility in New Mexico that is located on one of the company’s metal mines.
An 856-kilowatt solar canopy project – the state’s largest – is helping Hawaii in its quest to become less reliant on oil.
Chevron is using one of its former oil refinery fields in central California to examine the emerging solar technologies of seven companies for potential use at other Chevron facilities.