News Stories Showing 1-20 of 67 results found
Stirring GE's Ecomagination October 26, 2007 Lorraine Bolsinger, who heads a major energy-efficiency initiative at General Electric, says companies can make green while being green. Photos: Inside GE's clean-tech labs
Sensors: Living off scraps of energy May 24, 2006 In the future, your shoes may be able to charge your camera and RFID chips could tell when you leave the room. Images: Energy-saving sensors
Creating power out of thin air October 26, 2007 Imagine a material that can suck in heat from the environment and power a notebook. A New Jersey company is aiming to do just that.
Powering cities on landfill waste June 6, 2007 A start-up is opening a plant that will convert municipal waste into electricity through a cleaner process than burning.Photo: Turning waste into energy
Microsoft: Let PCs nap March 21, 2007 PCs allowed to go into sleep mode consume less energy than those running screensavers, study says.
Microsoft vs. Google: Who's greener? June 6, 2006 The two Internet companies work to reduce energy use and promote sustainability as product battle heats up. Photos: Green companies
Can baking soda curb global warming? November 27, 2007 A start-up in Texas says it can turn the carbon dioxide emitted by power plants into baking soda.Photos: Fumes turned baking soda
Storing sun and wind power December 5, 2007 Several technologies are being tested to tie large-scale storage to renewable power sources. Images: Making wind power that lasts all day
Google: Jolly green giant? November 28, 2007 The search and advertising company is a force to be reckoned with across the Web. Now it's looking to do the same in alternative energy (along with many others, large and small).
Sponsored matches for "energy"