‘Alternative’ energy is no longer alternative, and there’s a new generation of fringe technologies poised for growth. Here are three to watch out for this year, according to a recent market report:
Another winged couple now inhabits Milwaukee’s peregrine falcon nest on Jones Island, and when them, four newly hatched baby peregrines.
China’s foreign investment in renewables passed $32 billion last year, but the U.S. is setting an impressive pace in a number of areas as well.
From tropical retreats to urban streets, the facilities featured above are doing beautiful things for the planet.
These four Canadian cities are among the 100 that are taking a more resilient approach to their utilities in the event of another natural disaster:
Natural gas produces power, but it also contains a renewable compound that contributes to several products we use every day.
In a midsized city in southern Michigan, a car manufacturer recently celebrated a unique birthday, and didn’t waste any cake.
Veolia has been recognized by Intel as a 2016 Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award winner.
If you asked a group of eighth-graders what “produced water” is, you’d likely receive blank stares.
Working closely with Veolia, Chevron’s water treatment system recovers and treats produced water for beneficial reuse.