by Beth Buczynski: We’ve come a long way since the painful market crashes of 2008, but it hasn’t been easy.
Articles for Wind
by Climate News Network: Critics of renewables have always claimed that sun and wind are only intermittent producers of electricity and need fossil fuel plants as back-up to make them viable.
by: David J. Hill: Could a large American retail store produce as much energy as it consumes? Walgreens is going all ‘green’ to find out.
by Mat McDermott: Despite the way some energy reports sound, the energy supplies we use are not a force of nature beyond our control.
BY LATE OCTOBER, THE GENTLY ROLLING FARMLAND of central Iowa is stripped bare, its fertile miles of cornfields shorn by harvesters and swept clean by the incessant prairie wind.
In the electricity-generating game, energy efficiency can be the difference between profit and poverty, competitiveness and collapse.
by EcoWatch: The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) launched a new report this week—Putting the EU on Track for 100% Renewable Energy
by Pete Danko: Exactly 16,593 megawatt-hours, that’s how much electricity flowed from three Puget Sound Energy wind farms in Eastern Washington
by: Peter Murray: Technological progress advances our ability to build bigger and badder machines. A recent example is Sea Installer,
by Thomas Valone: Energy, the ability to do work, is the most important dynamic, organic, and vital part of the human drama.