It's also perfect for that Steampunk airship you've been meaning to get around to.
A new study finds that large offshore wind farms could substantially slow down hurricane winds and waves.
Researchers at UT Arlington have created micro-windmills that can adhere to your cell phone and generate electricity, and all you have to do is wave your phone around.
Jakarta, Indonesia's capital is getting a shiny new skyscraper that will also generate a whole lot of power by sucking up wind from its top.
Sailing just might be the key to the future of efficient ocean travel.
The pharmacy chain has just announced plans to build the first retail store in the US powered entirely by onsite energy sources.
They say that everything is bigger in Texas. This giant new battery pounds that point home, by storing enough juice to power 17,000 homes.
A new proposal from GE could upgrade wind turbines, replacing traditional blades with technology that would seem familiar to a World War I fighter pilot.
We know that there's more than enough wind energy out there to power our entire civilization, but conventional wind turbines don't do that great of a job of harnessing it. They're expensive and inefficient, and we're looking for better technologies, one of which is a super efficient wind turbine that doesn't need blades.
Wind energy is some of the cleanest energy there is. It's relatively cheap to produce and easy to install, and produces power fairly reliably. So, but what happens if we transition to nothing but wind power? As dumb as it sounds, will we run out of wind? The answer seems to be "probably not," but there will be consequences.