A new solar power installation in New York City will ultimately increase the city’s renewables capacity by 50%.
SunEdison will build a 10-megawatt solar array on land that was once home to New York City’s giant Fresh Kils Landfill.
Residents of apartment buildings in New York will been given a chance to take part in an innovative recycling program designed to keep gadgets out of landfill.
All 250,000 of New York City’s street lights will be replaced with energy efficient, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) by 2017.
A company specializing in wooden city bikes, recently launched its product line in the City that never sleeps.
MTA, responsible for mass transit in the New York City area, begins trials of an electric bus to see how it handles in that region’s famous traffic gridlock.
Designers at IAMZ are using biomimicry to recreate not only the look but the actual function of trees in their latest New York City concept called the Chlorophyll Tower.
One of the latest projects to spring up around New York’s High Line, the Solar Carve Tower will minimize the shadows it casts while maximizing the daylight entering the building.
Swiss-based initiatives are rocking solar transport: While Solar Impulse flies across the U.S., PlanetSolar crosses the Atlantic.
The first of several solar-powered “Street Charge” phone charging stations is being unveiled today in New York City, Goal Zero says.
One firm’s vision would transform Penn Station into an oasis where harried travelers can enjoy green space and fresh air while waiting on their train.