Megawatt Zinc-air batteries to power wind over fossil fuels?
Zinc-air batteries designed at Stanford may provide renewable energy plants like solar and wind farms the chance to compete with natural gas during times of low production.
Australia moves from coal to renewables: 51 percent by 2050
Australia currently is one of the most coal-dependent energy economies in the world. By 2050, the majority of their energy will come from renewable sources.
Google to power data center with wind
Google will be purchasing all the energy produced by a future wind farm in Sweden to power a data center in Finland.
Solar, geothermal future looks bright in Nevada and Arizona
Solar and geothermal energy is becoming more common in Nevada and Arizona, and a solar chimney might be next.
Warren Buffett betting on green energy in Nevada: Why?
Warren Buffett is betting $5.6 billion dollars on green energy in Nevada. But why has he chosen the Sin City?
Medvedev: Green power in Russia has a 'bright future'
Russian Prime Minister Medvedev signs resolution putting Russia down the path to their first big investment in renewable energy.
Coconuts for electricity? The Lakshadweep islands are nuts about green energy
The Lakshadweep Islands have a new fuel to power their electical generators - coconuts. It may seem like a plan straight out of 'Gilligan's Island,' but such an idea will save money and the environment.
Saudi Arabia going solar?
A look at how how renewable energy can help the oil-rich, desert nation bring clean water to its people.
Goshen College going 100% green
Green energy is the assignment of the day at Indiana's Goshen College, which is now going to be getting 100 percent of its energy from renewable sources.
U.S. Military To Go Green - Pushes For Renewable Energy Sources
How replacing fossil fuels with renewables will save money and American lives
Renewable Energy Investment: Not Looking Too Sustainable
The end of subsidies in the U.S. and Europe, with slow growth elsewhere, gave renewable energy its worst starting quarter since the bottom of the recession.
Wind Energy In U.S.: Growing But For How Long?
A report from the American Wind Energy Association shows large growth in 2012, but strong fears about 2013 and beyond.
How China Is Conquering Renewable Energy
China expects to become the top producer of renewable energy within a year, but analysts are skeptical.
Train-Based Energy Storage: Making Renewable Energy Reliable With Gravity
Engineers in California want to use trains filled with gravel to hold solar power for night and wind power for still days.