The need for larger solar arrays to power space missions has BYU mechanical engineers turning to origami to create compact, unfolding packages.
A Wake Forest University student finds a way to turn the waves that lap swimmers produce into electricity.
The giant, new, egg-shaped Venco Campus in The Netherlands is topping the list of green building’s in the country.
Work reportedly has begun on Cape Wind, potentially qualifying the offshore wind project for a big tax credit, but its fate remains somewhat uncertain.
A Siemens factory in Fort Madison, Iowa, will be humming again, making the blades for 448 giant wind turbines.
A dazzling English park project can be an outdoor classroom, a place for dyeing workshops, a rain shelter, a bird-watching perch.
Scientists propose a way to send carbon dioxide underground, then use it to boost energy generation by at least 10 times compared to conventional geothermal.
The controversial Department of Energy loan guarantees are back, this time with a focus on “advanced fossil fuel energy projects.”
One of the ‘World’s Greenest Schools’ is in Hong Kong; the other is in rural Kenya. Check ‘em out.
With ideas and prototypes languishing, the U.S. is developing a wave energy converter challenge.