As global energy use rises, some nations are amping up their energy efficiency. Which ones are doing it best?
There's electric thunder down under as race teams from 25 countries compete in Australia's coast-to-coast World Solar Challenge.
Underwater jet packs, glow-in-the-dark skateboard parks, heated hoodies and driverless buses round out this week's Tasty Tech gallery.
Scientists have created the first-ever superconducting graphene, a material that conducts electricity with zero resistance.
With a unique, kirigami-inspired design, these solar panels produce 36 percent more energy than traditional panels.
The move could save the country $850 million in energy costs and conserve up to 10.5 billion kWh of electricity a year. Continue reading →
In the future, it won't be uncommon for entire neighborhoods to produce more energy than they consume.
Green innovations are set to be a theme at this year's show with the air industry committed to being carbon-neutral by 2020.
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