State senators plan to take up a bill later this week aimed at controlling electricity costs in Massachusetts while continuing to promote growth in renewable power sources.
The deal allows the Boston-based energy management company to start operations on New Zealand’s south island.
A new study finds that the United States is the closest it’s been to energy independence in decades.
Daylight Saving Time was extended into November to save energy. But Bob in Maynard is skeptical.
The Massachusetts Port Authority is helping owners of old trucks buy newer, environmentally friendly vehicles.
The federal government has offered a $150 million loan guarantee to a Massachusetts company that’s developing a dramatically cheaper way to produce a key component of solar panels.
Using a clear film on windows, professors at MIT have come up with a more cost-effective way to generate electricity which could revolutionize the way we gather the sun’s energy.
The state’s four Roman Catholic bishops are urging Congressional leaders not to cut funding for a program that helps low income families pay for heat.
A new study says wind has the potential to supply nearly a quarter of New England’s power within the decade. But massive grid upgrades would be needed to handle that much more wind energy.
In part 5 Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud, Founder and CEO of Boston-Power, discusses the challenges she faced with the US Patent office and the pros and cons of standardizing batteries.