Yahoo Will Build the Most Green and Efficient Data Center

Yahoo is going green! This news was presented at a press conference in Buffalo, New York, by Yahoo representatives a few days ago. In a world where everybody needs to turn green and needs to make use of as much as possible clean energy sources, Yahoo is making a big step.

Watly, Solar-Powered Computer that Provides Clean Water, Electricity and Internet

Watly is the world's largest solar-powered computer, which provides clean drinking water, green solar power and internet connectivity. In many parts of the world, access...

US Can Run Entirely on Renewables by 2050, Scientists Say

If all states make full use of the best available renewable sources, the US can run entirely on renewable energy by 2050. A study conducted by...

New App Directs Drivers to The Nearest Alternative Fuel Station

Finding an alternative fueling station for your "green" vehicle is quite often very challenging. No wonder, the majority of car owners fear to trade...

British Government Doubles Renewable Energy Incentives For Households

The British government is expected to announce an increase in the one-off payments to help households  switch to renewable energy sources. The measure will be...

Could Fracking Cut Carbon Emissions?

US carbon emissions have fallen quite a bit as a result of fracking. Good news? There’s a catch 22. Energy companies across the country are...

Environmental Regulations Will Force More US Coal Plants to Retire

The US Power Grid is supported by a number of power-generation technologies, coal, oil, wind, hydro, nuclear, to name a few. According to the...

Route 95 to Become ‘Nevada Electric Highway’, Welcoming EVs

In preparation for the grand opening of Tesla's gigafactory, the state of Nevada announced the plans to construct the first Electric Highway. Nevada Electric Highway...

UK Supermarket Meets 100% of Its Energy Demands from Food Waste

Generating electricity from food waste and leftovers- not a new concept at all. But using the electricity generated from expired produce to fully power...

U.S. Renewable Energy Use on the Rise

The annual U.S. energy chart on energy usage and waste released by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), indicates that in 2012, the extensive use...