After four years at No. 1, California loses its top stop in a nationwide ranking of energy efficiency policy and programs, falling behind Massachusetts.
Kauai’i Island Utility Cooperative is seeking to build a 10-megawatt solar power plant that will be largest PV system in Hawaii.
Three Southern Californian colleges will host “FLoW,” or First Look West, a regional event in the DOE’s National University Clean Energy Business Challenge.
With a total of 11 LEED certified buildings in North America, Honda is the automaker with the most LEED Certified buildings, including two newly certified.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will pay 160 rural producers of biofuels in 41 states to produce fuel from feedstocks other than corn kernal starch.
In a survey, the vast majority of people envision charging their electric vehicle at home, and doing it during off-peak hours.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has approved a five-mile transmission line necessary to connect a 250-megawatt solar PV project in California to the grid.