Philips' Hue wireless LED light bulbs can be controlled via a smart phone or tablet.
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Using data analytics, startup AutoGrid Systems seeks to make sense of and monetize the streams of data from smart meters and sensors.
Startup Cool Planet Energy Systems signs on Google to test its biofuel, which is able to meet California's upcoming low-carbon fuel standard.
Greenwave Reality's LEDs can be controlled from a smartphone. Will they sell because they're cool or because they can save energy?
Navy research program eschews solar PV for hybrid solar-liquid fuel system to dramatically cut fuel use.
Can a low-energy water treatment system prod water utilities to consider new technology?
Obama and Romney throw jabs over who favors domestic oil and gas more while Obama reiterates support for solar, wind, and biofuels.
The infamous solar company seeks $1.5 billion in damages, alleging that Chinese solar manufacturers manipulated prices and sold under costs.
Researchers at Fraunhofer modify lasers to improve the efficiency of converting infrared light to electricity with solar cells.
Startup lands $55 million for "microserver" design that uses low-power ARM processors normally used in cell phones.