How to boost renewables on the grid? IBM says combining big data analytics and weather modeling technology to predict output of individual turbines will help.
It took 17,000 years of CPU calculations, but Harvard and the world now has an open catalog of 2.3 million organic compounds that could be made into solar cells.
Why let all that heat go to waste? IBM touts a hybrid concentrating PV/solar thermal system, similar to what Cogenra Solar has going.
This year IBM presents ‘The 5 in 5′ in five sensory categories, highlighting innovations that will touch our lives and see us into the future.
An innovative cooling design for SuperMUC, Europe’s most powerful supercomputer, aims to make data center air conditioning obsolete.
IBM Slovakia is partnering on a feasibility study designed to determine optimum locations for charging stations along the highway from Bratislava to Vienna.
Geothermal power in Kenya, a look at Obama’s green jobs initiative, and how companies are seeking to make electric vehicles easier, cheaper and more popular.
IBM’s Blue Gene/Q, ranked as the world’s most energy efficient supercomputer, is headed to Australia to aid in research into life-threatening diseases.
IBM’s “5 in 5,” a forecast of five new technologies that will bust out within five years, this year includes personal energy harvesting.
IBM in the U.K. teams up with Practical Action on a global campaign to bring sustainable power to people so they can safely meet needs as basic as cooking food.