A new sustainability plan at the University of Wisconsin-Madison aims to develop more solar on campus, become a "zero waste" campus by 2040 and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2048.
West Virginia University, the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University are spearheading the "Engines" initiative to diversify energy sources and carriers, carbon sequestration and storage.
A new report by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation found that the economies of producing green hydrogen at scale will be difficult to overcome as the government and the private sector search for non-fossil fuel energy sources.
A new pilot project in British Columbia will serve as Canada’s first bidirectional charging initiative involving the heavy-duty public transportation vehicles.
The fourth annual KidWind Simulation Challenge for grades four through 12 tasks students with using a CAD program and virtual simulations to design wind energy systems and test their efficiency.
As cities develop microgrids for energy resiliency and increase the adoption of electric vehicles, they are increasingly turning to smart city technologies to enable these transitions.
Clean hydrogen and carbon capture have for years been the next big thing, on the verge of revolutionizing the energy sector and providing a lifeline for fossil fuel producing economies like Texas.
An Oklahoma community college has added wind and renewable-energy courses to its process technology program designed to provide skills needed for the traditional oil and gas, electrical and processing industries.
A partnership between the National Environmental Education Foundation, Discovery Education and various major U.S. companies will provide free videos, lesson plans and other online materials starting in November.