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The well-known investor behind the likes of Twitter and Foursquare says venture capital funds have gotten too big.
Without a radically expanded and smarter electrical grid, wind and solar will remain niche power sources.
Two men who created the iPod and iPhone founded Nest and injected new technology into the humble thermostat. Now they have their sights on the rest of your house.
Looking to enter a highly competitive solar market, Alta Devices hopes to use a combination of technological advances and manufacturing savvy to succeed where many others have crashed and burned.
The bitcoin, a virtual medium of exchange, could be a real alternative to government-issued money—but only if it survives hoarding by speculators.
The federal government is about to spend billions of dollars on renewable energy. In Part II of our series on the federal
stimulus bill, we look at the impact the spending will have on the future of solar power.
A leading economist explains why a carbon tax is the best strategy for cutting greenhouse gases and the use of fossil fuels.
Thirty years after Three Mile Island, nuclear is still too risky. But now the risks have shifted from physical to financial.
We know where we must go eventually: toward a sustainable energy infrastructure. Why not head there now?
I thought that glasses with “augmented reality” would be hopelessly dorky and could never go mainstream—until I saw the technology in action.