Nest Labs' smart thermostat reveals the potential of remote software updates for home appliances.
Once-hot thin film solar company Miasole sold for only $30 million but it's technology may now be deployed at larger scale.
Intelligent laptop chargers that switch on only when electricy demand is low could reduce the risks associated with the unpredictabilty of wind and solar power
As gesture of good will, Nissan to buy back Leafs that lost driving range from high temperatures and long-than-average mileage.
Fisker Automotive brings in an additional $100 million which it needs to expand sales and plan production of its second car.
The automaker is focusing on hybrids instead, intending to produce 21 models by 2015.
Six charging stations could incur large demand charges from utilities.
Broadscale will pair large corporations with clean-tech startups that are crossing the "Valley of Death" from technology development to market.
The automaker blames rapid battery capacity loss on high mileage.
A test of driving range by Nissan Leaf owners seeks to find out if the electric car's battery capacity is being negatively affected by hot temperatures.