Central Waters Brewery in Amherst, Wisconsin is committed to using green technology in their manufacturing process and local sources for their ingredients. And, it benefits the bottom line.
Wisconsin produces a quarter of all the cheese made in the United States. Since only about ten percent of the milk becomes cheese, there is an abundance of milky-water waste. Comstock Creamery and GreenWhey Energy have teamed up to turn this wastewater into natural gas and electricity.
Scientists and researchers are turning to new and innovative online funding methods to pay for their projects. And the public is buying in.
Watch students from the Missouri University of Science and Technology as they compete in the Solar Decathlon; a contest that challenges university teams to build energy efficient homes powered entirely by the sun.
As an alternative to the landfill, some companies now recycle contaminated rock shavings left over from drilling for natural gas.
How leaf-cutter ants and fungus gardens could provide the model for sustainably producing biofuels.
In the search for greater efficiency, green builders are looking to nature for answers.
The unique dynamics of developing wind energy in Nebraska may benefit wildlife, habitats, and developers throughout the country.
A new video game designed by computer scientists and ecologists is poised to shed light on the best way to manage biofuel farms.
Lighter than an SUV and covered with more than 12,000 solar cells, Solar Impulse, the world's first solar plane that can fly day and night without recharging, launched from Moffet Field this morning in a cross country voyage.
San Jose is trying to lead the country in clean tech innovation. So how is the city doing?