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Reversing their previous withdrawal, Apple places 39 products, including the Macbook Pro with Retina display, back on the EPEAT approval list.
Compound annual growth rates of more than 71% are expected for the North American market. Brammo dealers get GE inventory financing.
Amid scorn in politics and the media, the Renewable Energy Finance Forum sets the record straight on renewables' financial contribution.
By reusing, rather than treating and discharging the water used in bottling facilities, Coke says it could improve water use efficiency by up to 35 percent.
It’s official, although not necessarily a surprise. The average temperature across the contiguous United States for the first six months of this year has been the warmest on record.
“SolarCity hired 100 new employees in June–or about five hires every work day."
Apple says "no" to EPEAT certification for the Retina Macbook Pro and all other Apple products.
Smart metering isn’t just about electricity -- natural gas and water are important market sectors too.
UPS introduces composite-body vehicles to its fleet of delivery trucks as a way to improve fuel efficiency by 40 percent.
More of the icecap melts each year, with ominous implications for coastal cities.