by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 10, 2016
The U.S. solar industry now employs slightly over 200,000 workers, representing a growth of 20 percent since November of 2014.
by Joe Romm Feb 1, 2016
It's now possible to incorporate very large amounts of variable renewable power like solar and wind into the electric grid cost-effectively without harming reliability. Here's how.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 21, 2016
Is 2016 the year that switching to 100 percent renewable energy becomes mainstream?
by Natasha Geiling Jan 19, 2016
In 2015, Denmark got almost half its electricity from a single source of renewable energy -- wind.
by Ryan Koronowski Jan 13, 2016
So how does the junior senator from Florida plan to get us there?
by Ryan Koronowski Jan 12, 2016
One out of every 83 jobs created in the United States over the last year was in the solar industry.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Jan 11, 2016
Renewable energy is like pizza. The fundamental ingredients -- dough, sauce, cheese -- are cheap and widely available, but individual grocers can sell toppings for as much as they want.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 8, 2016
Whey, a byproduct of the cheese-making process, is being used around the world to generate electricity.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 23, 2015
The country now has enough wind energy to power some 19 million homes.
by Natasha Geiling Dec 7, 2015
At a summit of business leaders, politicians, and activists on Monday, Conergy CEO had some choice words for the United States Congress.