Seattle vs. Denver: Which city rules in the realm of energy efficiency?
Seattle and Denver lead the pack when it comes to efficient and clean energy use. But just like in a certain NFL championship game, only one winner can emerge from the ‘Efficiency Bowl.’ Which city will it be?
What’s your energy-saving IQ?
Take the quiz and test your knowledge of renewable energy.
Old, leaky gas lines lurk below U.S. cities
Researchers have found 10,000 natural gas leaks under just 2 American cities, hinting at a broader problem that threatens lives, pollutes air and wastes energy.
More illumination on why you should ditch those old bulbs
A whopping 70 percent of household sockets in the U.S. are still harboring outdated, inefficient light bulbs. Energy Star offers insight on how to easily switch them out with energy-saving models while minding your lumens and your watts.
Is a smart grid a smart move?
Developing the infrastructure necessary wouldn’t be cheap, but its benefits could significantly outweigh the costs.
4 in 10 Americans aware of incandescent phase-out
According to Osram Sylvania’s 6th annual Socket Survey, not too many folks realize that 40W and 60W incandescent bulbs will go bye-bye come Jan 1. And a sizable number of those who do plan on stockpiling old bulbs.
As incandescent bulbs make final exit, Philips unveils eye-catching LED
Get the skinny on SlimStyle, Philips’ latest attention-grabbing LED bulb release that boasts a uniquely svelte profile (no heat sinks!) and a price tag that’s anticipated to be highly competitive.
Could this easy-to-make material help replace gasoline?
Scientists say they are a step closer to making synthetic gasoline from carbon dioxide.