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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
Down payments on clean tech July 2, 2007 GE's Kevin Walsh sees good reasons to invest in the winds of change and other ventures in alternative energy.
A fight over the future of solar April 26, 2007 German parliamentarian Herman Scheer responds to criticisms from venture capitalist Vinod Khosla about how best to develop renewable energy sources.
Using solar energy to keep homes cool March 20, 2007 SolCool's air conditioner can be run directly from solar panels, existing wiring or even, in a pinch, batteries.Photo: Keeping cool from the sun
Google to enter clean-energy business November 27, 2007 Search giant earmarks hundreds of millions of dollars with the goal of generating a gigawatt of clean energy that's cheaper than coal.
Will anyone pay for the 'smart' power grid? May 16, 2007 Electric grids will have to undergo expensive changes to meet rising demand and address environmental concerns. Just don't tell that to utilities or regulators.
Hawaiian firm shrinks solar thermal power September 14, 2007 It's not as common as solar photovoltaic panels, but Hawaiian start-up Sopogy thinks small-scale solar thermal makes sense.Photos: Concentrating on solar power in Hawaii
Wal-Mart stalls solar-power plan February 28, 2007 Move toward investing in solar power for retail outlets is delayed, according to people familiar with process.Photos: Big stores meet alternative energy
Why it's not easy being green January 24, 2007 Consumers, not technologies, are the barrier to curbing energy consumption and greenhouse gases, one energy expert says.
Doing philanthropy the Google way January 18, 2008 The well-heeled company touts its plans to bestow money on worthy causes. But how does that compare with other tech sector do-good efforts?
Cashing in on carbon guilt December 13, 2006 Services are sprouting up to lower a person's carbon "footprint," as businesses appeal to consumers concerned about climate change.
Sponsored matches for "renewable energy"