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Tripping the lights organic September 5, 2006 Companies are developing ways to use organic light-emitting diodes as a source for lighting up rooms. Photos: Lights going organic
A sunny forecast for hot water February 20, 2007 Systems that heat water with solar energy are catching on--again. Could they insulate building owners from fluctuating gas bills?Photos: Return of solar thermal
City tries to cut energy bills with LEDs February 12, 2007 Raleigh, N.C., is conducting a trial to see if LEDs live up to their reputation of a cheaper, more efficient light source.
Photos: LEDs light the way in Raleigh
Keeping track of sun's power October 13, 2006 Solar energy monitor doesn't sound exciting, but it could take financial sting out of putting panels on a building.
Meet the king of coal February 25, 2008 You may not love coal, but you use a lot of it. Peabody Energy's Greg Boyce says the company will even participate in cleaning the stuff up.
Getting the price right for solar April 3, 2007 To be competitive, solar-panel makers are ramping up manufacturing, betting that economies of scale will translate to lower costs.
U.S. cities hot for hydrogen April 4, 2007 Hydrogen supporters hope what happens in Vegas doesn't just stay in Vegas.Photos: A hydrogen oasisStudying the hydrogen energy chain
Old solar tech back in limelight May 5, 2006 Start-ups focus on an old technique of concentrating sunlight to make more cost-efficient photovoltaic panels. Photos: Solar 'concentrators'
Priming the pump for hydrogen fuel March 27, 2007 Start-up Ecotality taps NASA technology for a system that can feed a vehicle's fuel cell on-demand.
Images: Hydratus at work
Breaking the mold in solar power February 21, 2007 Can homeowners save money by renting solar panels? One start-up says yes, but industry incumbents say it has a lot yet to prove.
Verizon heeds call of fuel cells August 7, 2006 Worried about prices and power outages, the telecom company is a case study of a business out to deliver its own energy. Photos: Verizon fuel cell project
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