Cleantech, also referred to as clean technology, and often used interchangeably with the term greentech, has emerged as an umbrella term encompassing the investment asset class, technology, and business sectors which include clean energy, environmental, a
At a San Francisco conference, executives describe the state of the photovoltaic market in the U.S. and what they see coming. The good news? The U.S. isn't Spain.
Bloom Energy CEO K.R. Sridhar spells out how the fuel cell works.
Industry pioneer Energy Conversion Devices, which makes flexible solar collectors, files for bankruptcy protection and intends to sell off its solar businesses.
During last week's Forward with Ford conference outside Detroit, Ford touted its plans to turn cars green and renewable from their seats to their bumpers.
A California start-up gets $11 million in venture funding to build a full-scale flow battery it says will be low cost and able to store wind and solar energy.
This quirky flower wilts when you use too much energy. It's just like a Wattson, but more interesting!
Green tech is still attracting billions of dollars a year, but the amount of money has shrunk significantly as investors began to focus on start-ups with the most potential.
Electric Mini unveiling next week; a hydrocarbon-producing fungus; and solar industry woes on the way.
Orange's Sound Charge t-shirt concept hopes to give your phone a battery boost at this year's Glastonbury festival. But would you sacrifice your fashion pride for some extra power?