California ratepayers reportedly could save $750 million a year by taking advantage of wind power produced in Wyoming.
U.S. scientists say a fast-eating enzyme called CelA could put thus-far-elusive cellulosic biofuels in closer reach.
A new sustainability program fits well with a national energy lab’s mission to promote clean technology alternatives.
We talk a lot about capacity increases, but a look at actual generation statistics for the U.S. is quite revealing.
The NREL has developed a software application that invites more interaction with building occupants in order to save energy and money, and keep folks comfortable.
A recent breakthrough could spark U.S. solar manufacturing when the approach hits the assembly line next year.
Solar permitting, inspection and interconnection costs way more in the U.S. than in Germany, and, unfortunately, a path to big reductions isn’t clear.
The new Energy Systems Integration Facility of the U.S. Energy Department is where industry and utilities will go to demonstrate their new equipment and strategies at MW scale.
Researchers get a firmer grip on solar’s land-use needs, which seem pretty paltry (especially when you remember it can go on roofs, too).
Each summer, students make their way to NREL’s facilities in Golden, Colorado, seeking an opportunity to work side by side with top researchers investigating the solutions to our energy challenges.