Verizon will spend $100 million on fuel cells and solar power arrays, aiming to produce 70 million kilowatt-hours of its own power every year.
Verizon has reduced the CO2 of its vehicles in New York City by transporting its technicians to worksites via buses instead of using a fleet of trucks and vans.
Verizon and Via Motors announce a deal to develop and demonstrate work vehicles using extended range electric vehicle technology developed by Via.
Verizon jumps into the crowded home energy management and monitoring space with a favorable price point, but may face an uphill climb in gaining market share.
Verizon and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory are working together towards making information and communication technology more energy efficient.
President Obama has unveiled the National Clean Fleets Partnership, a public-private deal to work towards the greening of large commercial vehicle fleets.
Verizon has announced a New Jersey pilot program for home energy management which will give home owners remote access to thermostats, appliances and more.