Renewable energy provided over 14% of America’s electric power in the first half of 2013.
For the first time on an industrial scale, hydrogen produced using wind power is being injected into the natural gas grid in Germany.
U.S. researchers say a new modular approach to artificial photosynthesis brings the potential for sunlight-to-fuel production closer.
Refrigerated trucks (aka, reefers) could become cleaner through a U.S. lab-led project that will use fuel cells to power the cooling units.
Mercedes-Benz is expanding fuel cell vehicles in the form of a fleet of new forklift trucks at its manufacturing operations in Alabama.
The Navy says that a new solid-oxide fuel cell is able to efficiently use military jet fuels for electricity production; it could mean fewer risky convoys.
Bloom Energy turns to BofA to help it grow its onsite fuel-cell business by offering leasing options, an arrangement that has sure worked well for solar.