According to a new study, cooling down hot cities in the U.S. is far less energy-intensive than warming up cold cities.
With natural gas production booming, questions surrounding water contamination remain unsettled.
The recent natural gas boom has divided the green community. While some see an environmental train wreck, others envision a bridge to wind and solar.
Wireless sensor networks could revolutionize energy conservation
Suppose a light bulb burns out in your house and you want to replace it with the most environmentally sustainable option.
Architectural skin regulates indoor temperature by expanding and contracting like muscles
Energy-generating tiles harness the power of foot traffic
See-through solar cells turn windows into power sources
Move over, Ben Franklin. Electricity from kites is back.
Too many turbines can sap wind power