The annual U.S. report on installed PV shows prices fell between 11 and 14 percent in 2011, and indications are the trend was continuing into this year.
The U.S. breaks ground on a new solar research center that will help in the search for ways to turn sunlight, water and carbon into hugely efficient transportation fuels
New, in-depth analysis at Berkeley Lab aims to find out which clean technologies will offer the most environmental and economic benefits in the marketplace.
Scientists at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are making progress on the next generation of battery technology.
Researchers from the Joint BioEnergy Institute have developed a biofuel engineered from a bacteria and yeast with chemical properties similar to diesel fuel.
UC Berkeley and DOE’s Berkeley Lab team up to find a safe, fuel-efficient stove for Haitian consumers, many of whom are displaced survivors of the ’10 quake.
Berkeley researchers say what they’ve learned about the structure of ferroelectric materials could help boost solar cell voltages.