A new fabric that can change the way clothing functions, has been developed by researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology. The fabric can turn sunlight and motion into electricity.
Imagine footsteps that can charge mobile electronics
A new study sheds light on the adoption and development of clean and sustainable energy systems across the world.
Scientists have found that it's possible for the U.S. to be mostly sun and wind power by 2030.
Scientists may have developed a battery that can't overheat. The new lithium-ion battery automatically shuts down before overheating and then restarts immediately when the temperature cools.
A new accelerator called Thor is expected to be 40 times more efficient than Sandia National Laboratories' Z machine, the world's largest and most powerful pulsed-power accelerator.
Researchers found that U.S. Christmas lights use more energy than entire countries used per year.
Scientists are creating power for deep space mission. They've created a specialized fuel for the first time in nearly 30 years that could be used to travel far beyond our solar system.
A team of scientists have created a super capacitor thread that can be made into clothes. So very soon you can power your electronic devices using your own garments.
Harnessing wave power may be the energy of the future. Carnegie and Western Power are collaborating to deliver a world first wave-integrated island microgrid project.
Scientists have officially developed a working lithium-oxygen battery with a high energy density that's more than 90 percent efficient.