Often overlooked and underserved rural areas are ready for innovative public and private partnerships that promote the transition to a clean, low-carbon economy and wise energy choices.
Google’s move is a starting shot in the race to become the go-to smart home provider, putting in place stepping stones to realizing a future in which our homes will become one ecosystem.
To date, ALEC has failed to repeal clean energy standards in any state, despite its “Electricity Freedom Act” propaganda and efforts to negate renewable energy mandates.
New York State announces plans to pour millions more into simulating more large solar and biogas projects in the New York City area.
As we approach the end of 2013, Texas’ power grid is soon to embark on a new clean energy path.
Facebook’s decision to locate a new data center in Iowa and supply that data center with 100% wind energy is a great example of a company using its clout for good.
Donald Trump arguing wind turbines are “a disaster for the environment” is just another rant from a man with too much time on his hands.
Austin-based retailer Treehouse is proving that energy innovation is sometimes less about technology and policy and more about thinking like customers.
Rural North Carolina homeowners can now secure low-cost loans from a private lender to make home improvements that will reduce energy use and save money.
Hawaii recently topped the national rankings for energy saving initiatives for the second year in a row.
The platform for increased interaction between consumers and the energy grid will be home energy management systems, devices that are part iPad-for-your-home and part thermostat.