Steven Chu, who led the clean-energy charge for the Obama administration, said he’s ready to return to California and the academic life.
Milwaukee’s new program linking building owners with contractors and financing institutions will implement energy efficient upgrades with no upfront costs.
Industrial energy-efficiency investments are being driven by U.S. states, a new report finds, although the federal Recovery Act has also helped out.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics takes a stab at defining and totaling green jobs, and says there were 3.1 million of them in 2010.
Thanks to advanced battery tech investment by this administration, the U.S. could lead the way on electric cars, EarthTechling columnist Susan Kraemer argues.
It’s not quite the behemoth used at utility-scale wind farms, but Milwaukee’s new 100-kilowatt wind turbine on Lake Michigan is plenty big by urban standards.
With a little help from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the University of Mississippi now boasts the largest roof-mounted solar array in the state.
A U.S.-backed weatherization program helps 30,500 Wisconsin families save an average of $400 per month on utility bills, the Department of Energy says.
With the help from the Recovery Act, Washington state has weatherized more than 16,000 homes, earning plaudits from the Department of Energy.
The results of an Opower program in King County, Wash., strongly suggest that home energy reports really do help households save cash and carbon.