Americans are looking to clean renewable energy because it provides so many of the solutions people are looking for—jobs, environmental protection, reliability, security.
The lastest Solar Census shows a 20 percent gain in U.S. solar jobs, many in the installation sector, where the average hourly wage is nearly $24 an hour.
Closing the so-called Clean Trillion gap is only possible if businesses, investors and policymakers join forces.
President Obama paid a visit to North Carolina this week in a nod to its developing cleantech economy.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced US$210 million in funding for the NY Green Bank to help clean energy deployment.
Vestas announces new contracts to supply wind turbines, and puts out a call for new workers at its Colorado blade and nacelle factories.
A new green industrial revolution—driven by a variety of concerns and opportunities—is gathering steam across the globe, but are we leading in it or following?
A Siemens factory in Fort Madison, Iowa, will be humming again, making the blades for 448 giant wind turbines.
MidAmerican says work has begun on five big wind farms in Iowa. They’ll use turbines made in Iowa and nacelles manufactured in Kansas.
One way to drive down the cost of offshore wind power: The Wave Craft, a vessel for fast access to turbines, even in rough conditions.
The production tax credit for wind will expire at the end of 2013, but the battle over it won’t really unfold until next year.