The National Renewable Energy Lab is looking for teams of undergraduates ready to mix it up in the National Collegiate Wind Competition.
This week at Greenbuild in San Francisco, eight finalists in Saint-Gobain’s Nova competition will go head-to-head in a speed format for prizes and partnerships.
Pacific Gas & Electric and the San Francisco AIA have revealed the winners in the Architecture At Zero contest, which will bring net zero building to UC Merced.
The winning entry in a competition hosted by the City of London and the Landscape Institute calls for mushrooms to bloom in the unused tunnels beneath the city.
The 6th Layer Explorative Canopy Trail creates a kind of super-sized hammock amid the treetops of the Amazon, allowing for exploration with minimal impact.
The winning proposal in Seattle’s Urban Intervention competition calls for reforesting and enclosing a 9-acre downtown site, allowing for a multitude of uses.
This Solar Cup will pit teens from all over Southern California in endurance and sprint battles in their solar-powered boats.
Student teams from six universities will get a chance to pitch their cleantech business plans before a panel of expert judges in Washington, D.C., next month.
A team of students from five rural Montana schools wins the U.S. Department of Energy’s America’s Home Energy Education Challenge.
With a €500,000 prize at stake, the Dutch Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is looking for business plans for a green product that can make a serious difference.
The U.S. Department of Energy is offering $100,00 in its “Apps for Energy” competition, which seeks to help households make the most of energy use data.