Standard Renewable Energy CEO John Berger is on a mission to make residential green-tech retrofits as simple as buying a custom computer from Dell.Essentially, the Galveston, Texas, company is a systems integrator for alternative energy.
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
Humberto hurricaned its way on shore after looking to be mild-mannered. That shut down some of the Gulf of Mexico oil refineries.
Many of us spend a lot of time in our car(s). And watching all those cars going the other direction.
Cutting the grass was one of those household chores that had a special significance for my brothers and me in high school: My father owned about eight acres in New Jersey, a full five of which were covered with grass.For some reason, I always pulled push-mower cutting duties (the stuff where the riding mower couldn’t reach).
So there were some IBM guys at the GoingGreen conference. Did their best to look like the other folks, except for those neckties.
Two individuals will share the 13th annual Heinz Award for the Environment, scheduled to be presented Oct. 22 in Pittsburgh.
Count the ironies. GoingGreen is talking Amwerican energy independence on 9-11.
That's an eBox in the picture. Made by AC Propulsion, one of the four electric vehicle makers on the GoingGreen Panel, Davis, CA.
CNET's auto team is in Frankfurt and they're sending back info on the new cars, and we're most interested in the green tech and the hybrids.In the picture above you see the hybrid Honda that competed and completed a 24-hour long race.
Yeah, those mega-sized parking lots may as bad as you imagine they are. Convenient for drivers, magnets for shoppers going to the big-box stores and malls.