Wind power is one of the fastest-growing energy sources in the world. With this quick project by Michael Arquin of the KidWind Project, young engineers can build a working turbine in just a couple of hours.
How to build an electricity producing wind turbine
Hydrogen, a carrier of energy, is not an energy source. With greater availability of hydrogen cars, hydrogen production by renewable energy can combat global warming.
The solar powered mag-lev train proposal we wrote about in Magnetic
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Failure is inevitable in the transition to cleantech, Stuebi writes, but there's a right and a wrong way to fail in cleantech.
In a modest building on the west side of Salt Lake City, a team of specialists in advanced materials and electrochemistry has produced what could be the single most important breakthrough for clean, alternative energy since Socrates first noted solar...
PM hits the streets and gets looked at more than ever before, then heads to the shop for first-look details on a futuristic car so efficient it willl make your jaw drop.
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Watching Peter Dearman at work amid the clutter in his garage cum workshop, it's easy to see why one of his sons refers to him as a sort of
This month, the state of Texas granted its first-ever offshore lease for a wave-powered energy system to Renew Blue's Seadog Pump. PM sat down with Mark Thomas, founder and CEO of Renew Blue, to ta...
The road to clean energy is full of enticing opportunitiesand perilous pitfalls. In this special report, PM debunks 10 of the most pernicious myths that could derail our progress.
TED Talks In this energizing talk, Amory Lovins lays out his simple plan for weaning the US off oil and revitalizing the economy.
All seven billion of the world's people must eat, drink, clothe themselves, find shelter and get around. Most of us want more than that, so we also pursue meaningful work, the arts, entertainment...
The physics behind renewable propulsion systems of the future Grady Winston's guest post may cause a few to raise their eyebrows, wondering about the reason for speculating on such futuristic concepts as zero-point energy, or energy that comes free ...
So you want a solar heater? How about throwing some soda cans together and making one yourself? Here's a