A little company in Upstate New York that builds pedal-power machines for a wide array of uses wants to make their designs open source.
Texas has added coal- and natural gas-fired capacity since 2011; however, the largest share of capacity growth has been from wind generators, mostly located in western Texas.
Here are some of the most encouraging clean energy stories from 2013.
Hitachi says it will begin demonstration tests in the North American market of a 1-megawatt lithium-ion container-style energy storage system.
An Obama administration decision to allow 30-year permits that allow wind farms to kill limited numbers of bald and golden eagles draws outrage from Audubon.
Siting has to be done with care, but Maine Audubon says there are areas where wind power can be developed with minimal wildlife impact.
SolarCity says its new DemandLogic system will use intelligent management software and Tesla battery technology to trim peak demand for businesses.
Just like he said he would, President Obama has ordered the federal government to work toward getting 20 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2020.
What role should renewables play in California’s long-term goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050?
As we approach the end of 2013, Texas’ power grid is soon to embark on a new clean energy path.