Meterologist Anthony Watts slashed his power bills by switch to customized blade servers. His company Build-a-Blade wants to help you do the same.
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
Seven Seas Water, with $100 million in financing from the likes of the Virgin Green Fund, is tackling the challenge of making water desalination more efficient and sustainable.
Thermal storage company Ice Energy is helping more than 40 commercial buildings in Redding, Calif., reduce electricity costs and it is about to add more.
Four high-tech companies have established well-defined programs for cutting out tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold that could potentially be funding militia groups in the Congo. But other companies are behind.
The Sanya Skypump from GE and Urban Green Energy is targeted at shopping malls, universities and other campus locations with limited access to the electric grid.
Combined heat and power, and waste-to-heat systems are among the technologies attracting more venture capital activity, according to a new report on green buildings VC from Lux Research.
The $3.8 million contract with FuelCell Energy highlights the technology's allure as an energy storage option, but market growth remains uncertain.
The software giant discloses some internal best practices for developing 'environmentally sustainable' infrastructure -- as it pushes more of its applications toward cloud delivery.
Troubled A123 Systems could receive up to $450 million from China's largest automotive components supplier, while Boston-Power will supply technology for the country's domestic EV market.
Researchers from GE, Ford Motor and the University of Michigan are collecting data to help optimize performance and minimize range anxiety.