There were reports that the big new power tower solar thermal plant in California had gone online, but a closer look suggests not quite yet, or at least not fully.
Sundown won’t mean the end of power production at the big Solana Generating Station in Arizona, in a testing phase now and about to go into commercial operation.
This student-designed solar house is packed full of unique clean tech innovations that help the home conserve–and generate–renewable energy.
Awesome or a blight on the desert? See Ivanpah, near completion in the Mojave, in all its glory.
A Maryland inventor’s claim of a radically new and better (but largely not revealed) approach to solar power is getting attention. Is there anything to it?
Why let all that heat go to waste? IBM touts a hybrid concentrating PV/solar thermal system, similar to what Cogenra Solar has going.
A documentary about the people and progress of the Sahara Forest Project is in the making, and gathering funds on Kickstarter.
Want cheap heat without all the bulky panels? SolTech’s unique glass roof tiles could be the solution.
If EnergizAir has its way, weather forecasts will include a report on how much clean energy is being produced based on the conditions.
The Cliff House Resort and Spa is taking a big bite out of its annual fossil fuels consumption with one of the largest solar thermal systems in the state.
The world today looks into molten-salt technology to boost the solar industry, and how energy-efficiency is being marketed a bit differently. Check it out.