The world's largest wind turbine maker is cutting employees to prepare for softer demand and adjust to unknowns in U.S. policy.
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An IBM-led research teams says that a combination of copper, zinc, tin, and selenium (CZTS) could meet current thin-film efficiencies with more abundant materials.
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Even the always-bullish Tesla Motors founder says the next six months will be "very tough" for the electric car maker as it seeks more customers.
The choice of Ryan, a harsh critic of Obama's clean-energy agenda, as vice presidential candidate sharpens the differences between the two presidential candidates and parties.
The financially strapped lithium ion battery maker signs an understanding to get an investment of up to $450 million from a Chinese auto components maker.
Lithium ion battery startup Boston Power, which bet the company on the Chinese EV market, has signed on a Chinese automaker customer.
Solar panels, used in the past Mars missions, were passed up in favor of a space battery for powering the car-size Curiosity robot.
Smart meters haven't lived up to their potential in making the grid more efficient. A software service to analyze meter data is one small step forward.
Having suffered from production snags and delays, Amyris gains $82 million comnmitment from Total to make fuels from sugar cane.