The dim, yellow bulbs that have lit up the city’s streets for years are being replaced with cheaper, brighter LED lights. Astronomers say that change is making their work harder.
Bloom Energy Corp. has been paying 14 workers brought to the United States from Chihuahua, Mexico the equivalent of $2.66 per hour for refurbishing work performed at the company headquarters in Sunnyvale.
Levi Strauss, San Francisco’s jeans makers, is now making “green” jeans with materials straight from the recycling bin.
Apple Inc. has said it has put its products back on an environmental ratings registry, saying it made a mistake in removing them from the list.
If you’ve spent your life treading lightly on the environment, you’ll probably want to give some thought to the impact of your death. Many Californians are going with burials – with a twist – so they can remain green to the grave.
Marin county residents have an important decision to make in the next few weeks. Consumers are being asked to decide if they want to continue buying their power from PG&E, or switch to Marin Clean Energy, a program offered by the Marin Energy Authority, that offers more power from renewable sources at a few dollars more a month.
It turns out that location, location, location isn’t just important in real estate, according to a new study, it also plays an important role in determining how green your electric car really is.
The internationally renowned travel company highlighted SFO’s award-winning museum program, its eclectic food and beverage options, the new Yoga Room…
As gas prices continue to climb steadily, so are electric car sales, and this has Bay Area cities gearing up for a driving revolution.
PG&E unveiled a first for the utility Thursday – extended range electric pickup trucks, which the company claims have the potential to transform the way electrical outages are managed.