A Pew report details the big investments the U.S. military is making in clean energy and brings into focus how it’s a driving force in building a green future.
An Air Force Academy team hits the water to test a prototype free-floating, fully submerged wave energy converter.
Air Force officials have announced that the Los Angeles Air Force base will replace its general purpose vehicle fleet with plug-in electric vehicles.
The U.S. Navy has announced its selection of contractors for the development of solar photovoltaic arrays at 11 naval facilities in Hawaii.
The Obama administration supports a $344 million loan package that could help SolarCity install rooftop solar at 124 U.S. military bases.
The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps say they’ve successfully tested a biofuel mixture on the MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft.
Proton OnSite will deliver a hydrogen generator to the historic Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) facility outside Honolulu, Hawaii.
The U.S. Navy hopes a new energy management and storage system from ZBB Energy will help it use less diesel and more renewables at San Nicolas Island.
The U.S. Army announces a new central managing office that will work with developers on big renewable-energy projects.
An Australian university says wearable, lightweight solar panels could reduce the need for soldiers to carry heavy batteries to power their electronic devices.
Thirteen vendors show of their solar and fuel-efficiency wares at ‘ExFOB 2011′ as the U.S. military looks to enhance safety and readiness with renewables.