North Sea wind-power development means two big deals for ABB and Siemens to use high-voltage direct current transmission lines to bring power to the mainland.
MidAmerican Energy has three wind turbine projects underway in Iowa, that combined add enough renewable energy at capacity to power 190,000 homes.
San Francisco nabbed the “most sustainable city” title in the Green Cities Index, which assessed and compared 27 large cities on environmental performance and policies.
Amtrak has been given a $562 million loan by the U.S. Department of Transportation to purchase 70 electric locomotives to replace an aging fleet.
Siemens will start construction on a wind turbine parts and distribution center in Oklahoma later this month.
Siemens and Deutsche Bahn has signed a nearly $10 billion contract agreement for the construction of 300 new high speed trains in Germany.
Germany has just opened its first offshore wind farm and has plans to build several more in the coming years as it continues to be a clean energy leader.
Researchers at Siemens have developed a new self-adapting motion energy device that converts vibrations, big or small, into electricity.
Siemens agrees to sell 258 2.3-megawatt wind turbines to MidAmerican Energy Company for use in three Iowa projects with a combined capacity of 593 megawatts.
The German company Siemens says it has a big stake in the U.S. wind industry, pointing to a newly opened Kansas plant that manufactures component housings.