Local data mining and modeling software allow researchers to quantify CO2 emissions at the level of individual buildings and street segments.
A team of researchers from Arizona State University is studying suitable locations across the United States where perennial biomass energy crops could be grown sustainably.
A group of students at Arizona State University are convinced that the solution lies in connecting those with extra food to those who need the food before it hits the dumpster.
A physics research team from the University of Houston will join QESST, a new Engineering Research Center devoted to commercializing advanced PV technologies.
Specially arranged PV materials and a dispersive concentrator are key elements in a bid to make an inexpensive, high-efficiency solar cell.
Arizona State will lead a national Engineering Research Center to explore how to harness solar power in ways that are sustainable and make economic sense.
Under a new agreement, USAID will provide Arizona State University with $10 million to establish a program that will take cleantech training into the real world.
A new article by researchers at Arizona State University says an e-waste trade ban currently under consideration in Congress won’t make a dent in dirty recycling practices abroad.
Another new green electronics rating standard, similar to EPEAT or Energy Star, looks to be surfacing later this year from a consortium of universities, manufacturers and electronics retailers.