Top 5 Universities Powered by Solar Energy

As the Solar List's SolarBowl gears up for kickoff on October 1, it's only fitting to take a look at the universities in the United States that have gone above and beyond to bring renewable solar power to their campuses. While college students compete to educate the most homeowners about solar energy in the Solar List Solar Bowl, check out these five colleges already making a difference in the solar energy world....more

How we use and save energy

When I picked up a gallon of milk at the store today, I looked at it in a new way. I was buying energy. This insight came courtesy of the US Energy Information Administration‘s recent ‘Today in Energy’ article about industrial energy consumption....more

Why isn't the Deep South green? Or is it?

Everyone is seeking the elusive killer app that will revolutionize energy. Most expect it to be a high tech gadget, or new form of generation or a way to finally store mass quantities of electricity. Not anthropologist Susan Mazur-Stommen. She’s looking in a completely different place: inside our heads, or more specifically inside the heads of those who live in the Deep South....more

Hydrogen Cars--Ever Drive One?

Ever wonder what it's like to drive a Hydrogen-fuel cell vehicle? Well find out TODAY....GMnext (which we work on for our real job) is having a chat with a former participant, Matt Mackey, of Project Driveway--the first extensive market test of fuel cell vehicles. So you can ask him anything about his experience on getting to drive the Equinox Fuel Cell vehicle--lucky fella. The chat is TODAY, July 30 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EDT. To join the chat, go to and register on the site. The chat is open to everybody! So come! ...more