The U.S. House of Representatives was supposed to vote on a proposed energy bill today.
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.
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CNET's Michael Kanellos smashed into a tech mystery today. This isn't about the largest prime number or even the square root of George W's total budget deficit.
There's going to be a public competition among energy-efficient cars. So far none of the major manufacturers has entered.
I just want to ride on my motorcycle. And now I can do it without buying gasoline.
Technology Partners announced this week, they've got a bundle of dough. And they intend to invest it in green tech and bio-tech start-ups.
If you have any doubts that some folks are rushing to get in position to get rich off climate change and high energy prices, I gotta bridge I'll sell ya.Perhaps no finer proof of the gold rush around energy: a new university training program in "carbon management.
Lobbyists are exerting serious energy over energy. Money to lobbyists like blood to sharks.
CNET's Michael Kanellos today blogs about companies developing tech to produce synthetic petroleum. Industrial microbiology.
House Speaker Nancy Peloci (D-CA) is facing some crucial decisons on proposed changes in American energy laws. Her hometown newspaper says the Speaker hasn't said what she'll do about either tougher mileage standards for cars, or about forcing renewable energy for generating more of the nation's electricity.
They may stop mining hard coal in Germany. The energy source that literally fueled Germany's manufacturing in the 19th and 20th Centuries will no longer come from German mines in the Ruhr Valley.