Portable solar cookers can cook anything from nachos to scrambled eggs to applesauce.
A $6 million campaign to bring the solar-powered toilets to Riverside Park is under way.
Designers at Pensa have been developing the concept behind Street Charge since early 2012.
The green energy education center was hit hard by Sandy but kept power thanks to rooftop solar plates.
A preview of the "Delancey Underground" project was unveiled on Essex Street.
The Columbus Avenue BID is working with the city on a flashy streetscape with solar power.
The proposal to turn an abandoned trolley terminal into a solar-lit public park received its first public review.
The eco-friendly festival Ecofest has been rescheduled for this coming weekend, but may not be powered by renewable energy.
City funding puts Solar One a step closer to the city's first energy-positive building.
Facility in Upper Manhattan is set to get green energy technology under new city plan.
The possible additions to the city's green initiatives are part of an updated PlaNYC unveiled in Harlem Thursday.
A local resident is hoping to build the city's first fully sustainable building in partnership with a global "biotecture" firm.
Today in Chinatown and the Lower East Side, bed bugs and a new way to tackle garbage.
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