San Diego’s planned La Jolla Commons II complex, powered by biogas fuel cell technology, will become the largest net-zero office building in the United States once complete in 2014.
Apple’s plans for its vast, UFO-like new campus in Cupertino, Calif., have been delayed for a year, but new details were released about the site’s ambitious goals for renewable energy use and waste reduction.
With widening opportunities for renewable natural gas in transportation and cogeneration, analysts see steady growth for the biogas industry over the next decade.
California hands out millions in alt fuel and vehicle development grants, in a program that dates back to the Arnold Schwarzenegger administration.
EBay says it will use 30 Bloom Energy fuel cells, putting out 6 megawatts of electricity, to power a new data center in Utah.
Apple says two large solar farms and biogas-powered fuel cells will keep its Maiden, N.C, data center humming.
The Chinese love of pork might result in very tasty dumplings but it has also lead to a sizable amount of waste, and there’s an effort to put it to good use.
A new power project has opened at a farm in upstate New York, processing cow manure and food waste to provide enough energy to 11,000 homes.
After a decade of research, a UC Davis professor creates the first high-solid anaerobic digester for commercial use.
A remarkable community in Germany is collecting rainwater, keeping water consumption low and producing energy from recycling its own waste.