Siemens and two Norwegian partners plan to debut the world’s first all-electric car ferry by 2015.
The largest low concentration photovoltaics project in the world begins operation at the Army’s White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
Three years after buying parabolic trough concentrating solar company Solel, Siemens says it is getting out.
In London, The Crystal — the uber-green building that serves as the headquarters of Siemens’ Sustainable Cities Initiative — is now open to the public.
Siemens is laying off 615 U.S. wind workers, mostly in Iowa and Kansas, as the production tax credit expiration looms.
Designed, in part, by the visionary behind cradle-to-cradle design, the Bosch Siemens Hausgeräte “Inspiration House” offers a showcase for zero-waste building.
In the London borough of Newham, where much of the Olympic Park is located, one of the greenest buildings in the world is on the rise at the Royal Docks.
DONG Energy agrees to purchase 300 6-megawatt offshore wind turbines from Siemens, to go in off the U.K. coast between 2014 and 2017.
Alstom, Siemens, Vestas – they’re all touting longer turbine blades as they race to make offshore wind power more cost-effective.
Siemens says its “eHighway,” with cargo trucks powered by overheard power lines like trolley cars, could make moving goods a whole lot greener.
The legal battle over a wind power project in Nevada has been settled, clearing the way for the completion of the state’s first ever wind farm.