Daryoush Allaei of start up SheerWind talks with us about scrapping rotating-blade turbines and taking a completely new approach to wind power.
EarthTechling columnist Susan Kraemer argues on 2020 being a good target for nations moving towards a global clean energy economy through climate policy.
Federal regulators rule the Bonneville Power Administration discriminated against wind generators when it shut down turbines in favor of its own hdyropower.
We chat with a founder of wind power startup Eastern Wind Power to learn about the firm’s 50-kilowatt vertical-axis wind turbine for building rooftops.
While a recent court ruling may be a setback for Cape Wind, it reveals the complex interplay between federal agencies in permitting offshore wind in the U.S.
United subsidiary Continental flies Houston to Chicago using fuel derived from algae oil, while Alaska plans 75 biofuel flights beginning Wednesday.
Led by Colorado’s 501 megawatts, U.S. wind power installations surged in the third quarter of 2011, according to an American Wind Energy Association report.
As unappealing as it may seem, the fact that China is playing to win threatens US clean energy manufacturing and, by extension, the much bigger fight.
Turkey, which is in the middle of the energy corridor from the Caucasus to the Balkans, from Russia to Europe, must take renewable energy under its own wings, like the Zeybek dance.
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus recently gave the rationale behind his service’s embrace of clean energy – and it’s not because it’s trendy.
There are increasing links between the U.S. and South Korea aiming to strengthen bilateral cooperation in clean energy technology research and development.
Ohio has already lost hundreds of thousands of good manufacturing jobs, and weakening or eliminating its alternative energy portfolio standard could make it worse.
The United Nations is pursuing a program that focuses upon the dual challenges of delivering energy for all and combating climate change.
A group of manufacturers who can’t compete with today’s solar panel prices are seeking to erect trade barriers to make the US a ‘safe market’ for their own more expensive solar panels.