Best Buy's Insignia LEDs cost less than half what similar bulbs cost two years ago, and smartphone-controlled bulbs are becoming available.
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Philips' Hue wireless LED light bulbs can be controlled via a smart phone or tablet.
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Startup Cool Planet Energy Systems signs on Google to test its biofuel, which is able to meet California's upcoming low-carbon fuel standard.
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Navy research program eschews solar PV for hybrid solar-liquid fuel system to dramatically cut fuel use.
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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.