Pike Research sees U.S. sales of plug-in electrics hitting 400,000 in 2020, with nearly a quarter coming in EV-friendly California.
Worldwide electric bicycles sales are forecast to hit 30 million this year. China is overwhelmingly the leader, but growth is coming in Europe, too – and even a little bit in the United States.
In an effort to reach building managers (while avoiding demand-side management red tape) building energy management companies have set their sites on utilities.
Energy efficient home-building and retrofits are forecast to grow at around 40 percent through 2020 globally, but the U.S. will see the slowest growth.
Consumers are “less than enthusiastic” about smart meters, a new survey shows, although they remain interested in tools that might reduce energy consumption.
A new report out from Pike Research forecasts the growth of zero energy building construction revenues worldwide to reach into the trillions by 2035.
Companies in the electric vehicle supply chain join forces to work on a pilot project that will model deployment, but consumer interests in EVs might be waning.
Pike Research says e-waste recycling will grow dramatically by 2025, but with the volume of electronics discards doubling, landfills will still take a big hit.
A new Pike Research report sees demand for electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles lifting significantly thanks to high fuel prices, incentives and more choices.
A new forecast from Pike Research sees global offshore wind power revenues reaching as much as $130.5 billion by 2017, as Europe continues to dominate.
More companies are seeing sustainability as a measure of corporate success, rather than just a cost of doing business, according to a Pike Research report.