For the third year in a row, clean tech research and advisory firm Clean Edge released its “State Clean Energy Index,” a comprehensive evaluation of how the United States is doing with regard to renewable energy development.
Articles for Solar
by Brian Merchant: Here’s how they did it, and how we can too. This is what can happen when citizens and government agree that it’s worth spending a bit more for clean, carbon-free power:
by Susan Kraemer: California currently has just 524 solar projects over 1 megawatt (MW) — but an incredible 17,707 such solar projects will be on the grid by 2017 [PDF].
Today’s popular green tech stories include how to sell hybrid vehicles, a surprise side effect of wind turbines, and a solar-powered dairy. Check it out.
What’s the buzz on the Internet today? A battery that breathes, the present and the future of cleantech investments in the U.S. and the world, a new, slightly gross but rather practical version of geothermal, and more.
The Tennessee Valley Authority’s electrification of much of rural Tennessee marked an important chapter in the state’s energy history.
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day,” the proverb says. “Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”
MIT’s annual Energy Conference, held last Friday and Saturday, featured an impressive array of young engineers, scientists, and renewable energy entrepreneurs.
Terming it “a global call for collaborative action on the biggest issues of our day,” and “a platform designed to empower citizens to connect with each other to help reshape their own cities,”
Around the World Without a Drop Of Gasoline – Solar-Powered Catamaran Nears End Of More Than Two Years At Sea
Right now crossing the Gulf of Aden on its way to the Red Sea is a catamaran that is nearing the end of a journey that, when it’s completed, will have taken it around the world.