The eco-friendly abode is equipped with solar panels, a rainwater recycling system, and even has a green roof for added insulation.
Not so long ago (well, 7 months ago) Tesla Energy announced the "Powerwall" energy storage solutions to quite a lot of fanfare.
New net-metering regulation in Nevada could be disastrous for Musk's' Solar City which business model relies upon this system
in effect, conserve the environment.Thanks to the genius of an Israeli start-up company, the leftovers and food scraps people haphazardly throw into the trash can now be repurposed into fuel for cooking and fertilizer.
Donald Trump may be leading in the GOP primary polls in the U.S., but he just lost a major battle in the U.K.
A new organic aqueous flow battery technology promises to drastically lower the cost and sustainability of running energy storage systems.
In an effort to avert an outer space energy crisis, the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has restarted production of plutonium-238 (PU-238) after almost 30 years.
Brent oil cratered to its lowest price in more than 11 years on Monday, as demand for heating oil slumped on warmer-than-normal temperatures and traders tested for a bottom.
Researchers at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in South Africa have developed a new fuel, known as Coalgae.
Although solar panels can be used to power a home with clean energy, demand for power fluctuates during the day and excess power is often also produced.
Pot's not green. The $3.5 billion U.S. cannabis market is emerging as one of the nation's most power-hungry industries, with the 24-hour demands of thousands of indoor growing sites taxing aging electricity grids and unraveling hard-earned gains
Visionaries like Elon Musk know how underrated solar power is.
One retired teacher who should have known better arrived at the meeting and suggested that having solar panels in the area could prevent plants from growing, because there would be less sun energy for photosynthesis.
As 2015 nears its end, 850 earthquakes of magnitude three or greater have stirred the state of Oklahoma. Compared to 584 of the same magnitude in 2014 and 109 in 2013, the trend is clear: earthquakes are on the rise.
A Swedish family renovated a summer home and added a greenhouse structure around it. Watch an in-depth video explaining the benefits of "Naturehousing".
A stunning breakthrough in chemical engineering has unleashed a massive supply of fuel...
After OPEC's decisions, it looks like oil prices could stay under $50 for a year or longer, this could be disastrous for stripper wells, as they cannot make up for low prices by increasing production
What are the rest of us waiting for?
The bankruptcy of Spanish renewable energy giant Abengoa may bode ill for European renewables
In September, Porsche showed off the Mission E, a fully electric and fully beautiful concept made to dethrone Tesla motors as the EV industry's king of cool.
As you may recall, Turkey's military entered Iraq back in September in hot pursuit of PKK "terrorists" Ankara claimed had fled over the border. And that was just par for the proverbial course.
While world leaders meet in Paris to discuss reducing carbon emissions believed to contribute to climate change, the government of Gibraltar is putting its own renewable energy plan into action.
Charles Heller (Co-Founder of Citizens Defense League) on gun laws and issues in Arizona & ALEC and the call for a ConCon - Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on Russia, Syria, Turkey, and America's passion for war - Brian Stith (Undocumented Human Bi
'Akon Lighting Africa' has launched a solar academy to help people in Bamako, Mali harness the power of the sun.
OPEC, the 12-member oil cartel, is meeting once again to discuss their game plan for production on Friday in Vienna.
With oil prices down in the $40's range, many blame hedge funds for keeping prices low, but are hedge funds and other investors large enough to move the overall oil market?
Lower prices for the fuel are next year's biggest risk for Russia, which is unprepared to ride out another shock on the oil market, most economists said.
A team of researchers in France has taken a major step towards powering our devices with rechargeable batteries based on an element that is far more abundant and cheaper than lithium.
"In China, you had 1.3 billion people industrializing -- something on that scale has never been seen before," said Andrew Lapping, deputy chief investment officer at Allan Gray Ltd., a manager of $33 billion of assets in Cape Town.
China alone is adding more renewables than the U.S., U.K., and France combined.