Microsoft will make a 110-megawatt Texas wind power plant happen by agreeing to purchase 100 percent of the energy it produces.
A more efficient method for choosing which areas to protect could reduce friction with polluters while preserving essential biodiversity.
Advanced technology and 14 trips to the Himalayas yield an unprecedented view of Earth’s highest peak.
A crowdfunding project would use the popular Microsoft Kinect to create 3-D renders of the tribe’s endangered rock art that can then be explored and enjoyed virtually by anyone around the world.
Microsoft will build a small, experimental data center right at a Wyoming wasterwater treatment plant to take advantage of a ready supply of biogas.
A group of students at Arizona State University are convinced that the solution lies in connecting those with extra food to those who need the food before it hits the dumpster.
New solar in Nevada but no new offshore wind in Virginia, a defense of the Chevy Volt, and the small, digital future of clean technology. It’s all here.
Intel, Kohl’s and Microsoft are the nation’s top purchasers of green power, according to this year’s Top 50 Green-Powered Organizations list from the EPA.
In its first column with us, Greentech Advocates looks at the failures of Google Powermeter and Microsoft Hohm and wonders if they were ahead of their time.
Microsoft, like Google before it, decides to end its online home energy management experiment by announcing Hohm is out of time next year.