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Sol Voltaics plans to make a nanowire-laden ink to boost solar panel efficiency using a rapid manufacturing process.
Demand response—essentially dialing back power at key times—is quietly becoming a key technology for the electricity grid of the future.
Aquion Energy lands $35 million to commercialize its novel grid-storage battery, bringing in Bill Gates as investor.
Energ2’s nanostructured carbon anodes can boost lithium-ion battery capacity by 30 percent.
Tesla says stronger sales will increase profits for the quarter, while it cuts the lowest-range Model S electric sedan.
University of Calgary researchers create new method for making water-splitting catalysts using abundant metals.
Interactive Data Visualization App Sheds Light on Energy Use and Inefficient Buildings.
Apple is using a combination of solar, fuel cells, and renewable energy purchases to meet its clean-energy targets.
EnerVault later this year will test its first grid-scale flow battery that uses low-cost materials and proprietary pumping system.