A natural builder interested in communal living constructed a “tiny dome home” in Oregon out of locally sourced, recycled and reclaimed materials for just $200.
Neal Hot Springs in Oregon, backed by a $97 million loan guarantee, is producing power and is expected to begin commercial operation before the end of the year.
One couple’s solar-powered home outside of Eugene offers a host of green amenities and open, connected rooms filled with daylight — in a small amount of space.
Is ZeaChem the answer to cellulosic ethanol’s woes? The company’s U.S.-backed Oregon demonstration plant is finally (almost) ready to begin answering the question.
Neptune Wave Power, after early work in Oregon, took its elegant horizontal pendulum design to New Hampshire for what it says have been successful tests.
EarthFix and Northwest Public Radio report on how Northwest states are leading the nation in energy efficiency, according to a new report.
In Oregon, wineries are helping to preserve agricultural lands — and vintners, increasingly, are choosing green practices to craft that perfect Pinot Noir.
WET-NZ, the first wave energy device to take advantage of a new Oregon test buoy, will now move on to Hawaii for a full year of DOE-funded assessment.
President Obama blocks a Chinese company’s purchase of four tiny wind farms under development in Oregon, citing unspecified national security concerns.
Loan guarantee-backed SoloPower opens a factory in Porland, hoping to survive the brutal PV price wars with a lightweight, flexible panel.
The Oregon Wave Energy Trust says a survey indicates strong support for wave energy development among residents of coastal counties.