Conservation & Green Economy
People shouldn't feel guilty about
driving Hummers, lolling in their jacuzzi or splurging on
large televisions, former California governor
Arnold Schwarzenegger said Monday.
U.S. President Barack Obama said Saturday he will begin a new push on climate change with a speech next week at Georgetown University in Washington.
Tesla Motors has introduced a system is says will allow a swap of a car's battery pack in less time than it takes to fill up a traditional car's gas tank.
Satellite images of California's Central Valley have
revealed evidence that the nation's prime food source is fast losing precious
reserves of water from the valley's underground aquifers.
Trying to make a terrorist cell -- even eco terrorists -- the sympathetic center of a movie is risky.
President Obama plans to limit existing U.S. power plants' carbon dioxide fumes,
officials said, as Obama said slowing global warming required "bold action."
California's top oil regulator told lawmakers that the state has nothing to fear from acidization, a stimulation technique expected to become more widely used on previously unrecoverable shale oil reserves.
Cornering the New Jersey wind energy market could cost Google $1.3 billion, but Google believes it fits its core mission: making money without doing evil.
California's bullet train agency won a key legal ruling when it obtained an exemption from regulatory oversight by the federal Surface Transportation Board for construction of the first segment of the rail system
that would run 220 mph trains from L.A. to San Francisco.
The New Jersey solar energy market rebounded in the first
quarter, after tailing off when Superstorm Sandy
pushed back installation projects.
Department of Energy has created a website that computes the cost of electricity
to go the same distance as a comparable car on a gallon of gasoline.
When businesses set out to cut their energy costs, they generally focus
on one project at a time.
The U.S. solar industry saw solar photovoltaics
(PV) installations stabilized in the first quarter this year, a leading industry
report revealed on Tuesday.
A local software company is using "green" technology to build the new home of its technology-based business.
New Mexico utility regulators have green-lighted construction on New Mexico's largest solar power plant, which will sell all
its power to El Paso Electric.