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The U.S. wind power industry not only had its best year ever in 2012, but exceeded natural gas in the installation of new electric generating capacity.
IKEA Group releases its 2012 sustainability report today, explaining the company's goal to be a beacon of both sustainability and affordability in the home.
BP and Sempra flipped the switch on two new wind farms in Pennsylvania and Kansas at a cost of over $1 billion.
An Apple patent application describes a set of rotating blades that converts rotational energy from a wind turbine into heat.
Last week Sempra U.S. Gas & Power and BP Wind Energy launched the 21 megawatt (MW) Auwahi Wind Farm on the island of Maui.
2012 has been a roller coaster at Walmart, with questions about its sustainability plan, the fire in Bangladesh, Black Friday and the treatment of workers.
Walmart announced last week it could save as much as $150 million during the company’s 2013 fiscal year due to several of its sustainability programs.
Iowa's wind power sector is in trouble because the 2.2 cents per kilowatt-hour production tax credit, known as the PTC, is in serious danger of not being renewed by Congress.
Mitt Romney released his energy plan today, and touted it as an ambitious agenda to free the United States completely off of overseas oil by 2020.
Walmart revealed another step with its wind power agenda by unveiling its first large-scale wind turbine project in Red Bluff, California.
The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) recently released a report that examined the state’s 10 largest POUs between 2003 and 2010
Aruba’s government, led by Prime Minister Mike Eman, announced this afternoon at the Rio+20 Conference that the country is partnering with the Carbon War Room (CWR) to transition to an energy portfolio of 100 percent renewables.