By Ryan Koronowski on October 22, 2013
While this is not the whole picture of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, it is a welcome sign.
By Mari Hernandez, Guest Blogger on October 21, 2013
A new study from the Center for American Progress shows how the rooftop solar movement is overwhelmingly happening in middle-class neighborhoods.
By Matt Kasper, Guest Blogger on October 15, 2013
Ohio's clean energy law has come under attack but local veterans, military families and supporters are pushing back.
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By Ari Phillips on October 15, 2013
Renewable energy patents have dramatically increased over the last decade, especially solar- and wind-power innovations, thanks in large part to increased demand.
By Jeff Spross on October 10, 2013
We currently get our nuclear power from fission reactions, but moving to fusion would provide all sorts of benefits.
By Jeff Spross on October 2, 2013
Right now there's no obvious legislative path for extending the credit, whose expiration threatens green jobs.
By Kiley Kroh on October 1, 2013
While the federal government is mired in the latest shutdown crisis, California continues to cement itself as a national leader in clean energy.
By Ryan Koronowski on September 30, 2013
The panels resemble black flat-screen televisions, are cheaper than panels sold in the U.S., and don't require assembly instructions.
By Katie Valentine on September 26, 2013
The new cells are 44.7 percent efficient at converting the sun's rays into energy.
By Andrew Breiner on September 24, 2013
Indian utilities plan to use 23,000 acres of land to build the largest solar power plant in the world, at 4GW of power.