Stirling Energy Systems, which once had giant utility contracts, heads to bankruptcy amid a price war and technology shift away from solar thermal and toward photovoltaics.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX700 knows how fast you're moving, and puts the pedal to the metal with its MOS sensor
Stirling Energy Systems and Tessera Solar open a factory to build large reflective dishes that use the sun's heat to make electricity with little water.
CNET Car Tech posts photos of the Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR Stirling Moss from the 2009 Detroit Auto Show.
If a Mercedes SLR isn't special enough for you, this one will be. Just don't forget to wear goggles.
McLaren ends its SLR line with a special model named after a British racing legend: the SLR Stirling Moss. It features supercar performance and looks that--except for the carbon fiber--would be right at home on a 1950s racetrack.
With high silicon prices keeping the cost of photovoltaics up, solar-thermal power for utilities is looking attractive to investors.
Company's security suite enables administrators to push policies out across PCs, servers, and other computers that access the Internet.
Clean-tech company raises $50 million to bring its reflective dish to solar power plants.
Solar thermal. It's the hot word.