Clean energy sources accounted for over half of Europe’s primary energy production in 2012, according to data just released by the EU.
A biogas liquefaction plant is promising to expand the use of food waste in the Norwegian transportation sector.
Americans are looking to clean renewable energy because it provides so many of the solutions people are looking for—jobs, environmental protection, reliability, security.
Europe risks losing its foothold as a major competitive renewables market to China and the US if it doesn’t regain leadership on climate and green energy policies.
We should be seeking to help progressive utilities and disruptive upstarts shape a new electricity system powered increasingly by clean, distributed renewables.
Chemists have developed a cheap way to convert cellulosic materials such as corn stalks and straw into gasoline-like fuels.
As two Iowa production facilities open, Solazyme looks less and less like an energy company with its algae-derived oils going off in myriad directions.
Boeing looks for biofuels from the desert while also pushing for “green diesel.”
One Embankment Place in London is the new all-time BREEAM score leader, in part thanks to a heating and cooling system that runs on biodiesel from used cooking oil.
A perfect storm of poor policy choices led soy biodiesel production to increase by two thirds in 2013, which represents about 35 percent of the soybean oil produced.
U.S. scientists say a fast-eating enzyme called CelA could put thus-far-elusive cellulosic biofuels in closer reach.