We have all heard that LEDs (light emitting diodes) will soon replace traditional incandescent light bulbs and the more recent CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps). Here's what to consider.
A new research center announced Friday by the DOE will lead the research and manufacturing sectors toward a new paradigm shift in how we think about power.
In the last day of discussion, there was a consensus from the committee that green products are the solution for improving the environment.
A better way for California to combat climate change would be to allow its citizens to work out ways of reducing carbon emissions that don't reduce their well-being.
A demand for environmentally friendly products continues to rise as consumers become more aware of the power of “green,” but this has led companies to engage in greenwashing.
The Jevons paradox, which states that improving efficiency results in more (not less) consumption, doesn't hold for the Toyota Prius and other hybrids.
1,300 GM employees are in the midst of a five week layoff because government has incentivized these workers to stay in an industry that consumers do not want to support.
The debate over domestic oil production could be resolved with a new technology that turns plastic waste into fuel.