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The biomass power plant in Berlin is getting half a million dollars from the state to build a waste heat recovery system that will soon power a new greenhouse
Energy storage markets are growing quickly, driven by regulations, demand charges, plus utilities’ need to integrate solar into the grid and avoid building new peaking power plants
Scientists are looking to genetically modify crops that were grown here in ancient times to help solve the region's food security issues.
Melbourne roaster Cirrus Fine Coffee grows vegetables and herbs in a tiny garden, thanks to the help of coffee waste.
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Global fossil fuel emissions are on track to rise for a second year in a row, primarily due to growing energy use, a new study warns.
Mickens has published two manuscripts on the effect of light quality on ‘Outredgeous’ red romaine lettuce and “Rubi F1’ red pak choi, a Chinese cabbage.
Funded by NASA and USDA SCRI, Cary has a long research history focusing on energy savings while maximizing crop productivities
Schneider Electric and Scale Microgrid Solutions have announced an agreement to design, engineer and build a new microgrid for modern-farming company Bowery Farming.
A United Airlines plane powered by biojet fuel made a landmark non-stop voyage from San Francisco to Zurich.
UnitedCorp's technology uses the heat from cryptocurrency mining to support greenhouse agricultural operations
New research finds that severe air pollution can eliminate all profits from solar panel installations.
The energy required for artificial lighting and climate control makes "vertical farming" much less sustainable than its alternatives for local city-grown produce, according to an expert in urban sustainability.