Despite a global economic crisis, a new energy economy is emerging on a scale that we could not have imagined. And it is a worldwide phenomenon.
Here's some under-the-radar items that will provide some snappy repartee fodder for your weekend social soirees.
First, came the chicken poo-powered fuel cell. Now a district plans to convert its wastewater plants to run on -- you guessed it -- people poo.
Coal utilities are trying to scare Congress into thinking that if EPA follows up with its planned regulations, electricity rates will soar and there will be reliability problems in the electricity grid. Is it true? According to a comprehensive new analysis, no.
Visualize the US and China tethered together, but each trying to beat the other to a prize more valuable than hot dogs: dominance in the 21st century
Watch the Today Show -- and me! -- break down the issue of SunChips' new and noisy biodegradable bag.
REC Solar announced a deal to install a photovoltaic array on a hospital's carports. At 2.9 megawatts, the installation will be the nation's largest solar carport complex.
On Tuesday, FuelCell Energy, announced the sale of a 1.4-megawatt chicken poo-powered fuel cell to an egg farm in California's Central Valley.
After our summer with the Senate, it's time to move on to something with a pulse. How about dueling roadshows, Enviros vs. Big Oil?