Plus, how theft could become a problem for U.S. charging stations.
The software giant comes from a broken Hohm.
Charging stations keep popping up in places they're not needed.
Think "Moon Shot" in getting solar to $1 per watt installed with a $27 million investment announcement.
From ninth place to second place market position in two years.
The price isn't out yet, but it cranks 800 lumens. Could it be the true 60 watt replacement?
EnerNOC acquires MDM Communications to get into the agricultural field.
Evergreen is in trouble, but can the Chinese really be blamed for everything?
Evergreen Solar received $58M in state aid to open a factory in 2008. It will now shut the plant and lay off 800 people.
Three hours to charge an EV? How do they do it?
The tough envy of Jen-Hsun Hwang emerges again as Nvidia vows to use ARM to beat Intel.
The time is now.
Deep Thunder, iLOG software, bottomless data and the right analysis will optimize renewable power.
And a 30 percent growth in revenue with greater margins. Wall Street cautious but optimistic.
EnerNoc's 9th acquisition and ABB's third in recent months.
What is the secret formula for home networking?
London calling for energy efficiency.
Big projects are becoming the face of solar.
China will make up the difference.
Margins rise, revenue up and continued losses for this dream stock. Stock price jumps, of course.