Designed by Dutch company Springtime, the cart uses two solar panels to keep the contents from melting.
As the global warming debate rages, Heather Clancy chronicles the smart grid, electric vehicles, alternative energy, green IT and other developments shaping the green technology movement.
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation
The alliance will create a single organization focused on promoting energy efficiency best practices across the entire infrastructure -- from data centers to desktops.
How do you cool a roof-top data center container at temperatures of more than 110 degrees Fahrenheit with just outside air? Check out this ZDNet "Hot Topics" Webcast for some ideas.
The high-tech giant's about-face on EPEAT could mean future modifications for the green technology certification program. And that's a good thing.
Changes to the nonprofit's clean cloud roadmap reflect the company's renewable energy commitments, but Apple doesn't yet get an "A" for effort.
The move makes it tougher for government agencies and businesses using EPEAT as a procurement tool to buy Apple products. But does it really matter in the face of the BYOD movement?
New data shows projects teaming renewable energy systems with advanced batteries are on the rise.
A new paper published in Nature Scientific Reports suggests that in the future, rechargeable Lithium-ion technology could take on many different shapes.
CA ecoGovernance 3.0 includes enhanced analytics related to weather data, as well as templates for supply chain and building assessments.
Conservation programs helped technology services giant save about 7.4 percent of annual power consumption for fiscal year 2011.