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Putting alternative energy to work

The clean-technology movement has its hands in some dirty business--and its eye on getting power from on high.

The clean-technology movement has its hands in some dirty business--and its eye on getting power from on high.

A start-up is opening a plant that will convert municipal waste into electricity through a cleaner process than burning.

June 6, 2007

An electric Porsche at MIT

blog Get your motor running. Head out on Mass. Ave. A group of MIT students aim to show that electric cars could be viable in the near future.
June 6, 2007

Company's executive vice president of systems makes the case that new generation of Sun blade servers can outdo rack servers.
June 6, 2007

Clean-tech investing surpasses telecom, medical devices

blog And a lot of the venture money plunked down last year went to just a handful of energy companies.
June 6, 2007

Here comes the solar parking garage

blog The electricity produced could power an adjacent building, be fed into the grid or charge electric cars in the parking lot.
June 6, 2007

Advocates are questioning the earth-friendliness of a novel method of producing electricity in Minnesota.
The New York Times
June 6, 2007

Solar service firm Tioga Energy gets funding

blog Its goal: bring project financing to organizations that want to avoid the large capital outlay associated with solar electricity.
June 6, 2007

Solar panels are somewhat rare now, but they will be pretty standard on new homes in the future, advocates say.
June 1, 2007