You need only a few simple ingredients to make something amazing.
NV Energy has been shamed and embarrassed by the Reid Gardner coal plant one too many times. Now the utility has decided to get out of the coal game entirely.
The Chinese have invented a bus you can drive under. Let's get some of them. Now.
ExxonMobil has instated something like martial law in Mayflower, Ark., taking control of cleanup and wildlife rescue operations while keeping residents, activists, and reporters at bay.
The idea? Help people give up the headache of auto ownership by turning transportation into a service.
The federal government doesn't consider tar-sands oil to be "oil" -- which means Exxon might weasel out of paying for damages.
After getting slammed last summer, ethanol producers are hoping to catch a break -- but their fate is far from settled.
Out in California, Lawrence Berkeley Lab has a little showcase going on that demonstrates this simple idea.
The country is fast outgrowing its electric grid. Are small-scale solar projects the solution?