A new university campus in California will be the first in the country to be designed entirely on "green principles."
Energy demand in the United States will increase 32 percent by 2020, according to the latest energy forecast from the federal government.
A scandal involving one of the world's largest solar energy companies is coming to an end.
Using renewable energy will be the second choice for power companies in the United States that want to avoid emissions of greenhouse gases, according to a report from the federal government.
Solar photovoltaic will represent the fastest growing source of electricity generation in the United States for the next 20 years, according to government data.
The BP energy company has unveiled a gas station in Madrid, which it claims is the world's most environment-friendly facility.
Outgoing U.S. President Bill Clinton and his Vice President Al Gore are pleased with last week's agreement on the federal budget that includes $1.2 billion to support renewable energy technology and energy efficient products.
More than 400 renewable energy projects have been installed in 14 states of Mexico, as a result of a program launched in 1994 by the U.S. Department of Energy.
An Australian renewable energy company announced the successful closing of their A$5 million Initial Public Offering. The stock commenced trading on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) on Friday the 15th of December.
Why do we burn oil and split the atom at great risk to the planet when enough clean solar energy to power the world for 27 years falls from the sky every day? Three reasons really: 1. A daytime-only motor car with a roof the size of a swimming pool has limited market potential. 2. Static solar power costs many times more to generate than traditional grid sources. 3. The populations of areas with no access to electricity grids - solar power's most obvious market - are poor.