Awesense attaches clamps to power lines to pinpoint sources of electricity theft, which costs utilities billions of dollars a year.
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Fraunhofer's new Boston headquarters will be a deep energy retrofit able to measure the performance of the latest building technologies.
The Atlantic Wind Connection project to lay undersea cables and transfer offshore wind to the eastern U.S. plans its first phase.
Led by Ames National Lab, DOE researchers will look for alternatives to rare earth metals used in wind turbines, hybrid cars, lights, and other energy products.
Arctic Sand Technologies lands series A funding to commercialize power conversion technology to cut power loss in electronics by 50 percent.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Ford demonstrates a model smart home to highlight the benefits of connected appliances and charging cars at off-peak times.
Startup Mosaic goes live with a group financing service to provide money for small-scale solar projects.
As a group, clean-tech startups are struggling. Here are some of the technology and business trends that will shape startup activity this year.
The tax deal brokered in Congress extends a wind energy tax credit for another year but manufacturers had already begun to scale back due to the uncertainty and slowing growth.
A 14.9 megwatt power generating station, to be owned by a U.S.-based utility, will feed local grid in Bridgeport, Connecticut.