August 03, 2015

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MIT Idea: Reward Solar Generation Instead of Installation

An MIT study titled “The Future of Solar Energy,” leaders in technology, policy and economics evaluated multiple options for stimulating the United States...

Could Next-Gen Reactors Spark Revival In Nuclear Power?

Tech titans like Bill Gates are helping fund a new generation of commercial nuclear reactors, some likely in China, as a solution to...

This Bike-Powered Charger Lets You Cycle Off-Grid With All Your Gadgets

Don't worry: Your phone GPS won't run out on your long ride, so you can find your way home.

The Wind and Sun Are Bringing the Shine Back to Buffalo

The Queen City of the Lakes is suddenly experiencing something new: an economic turnaround, helped by the unlikely sector of renewable energy.

How One Woman Helped Light Rural India With Solar Lamps

She grew up in an affluent New York town but soon after college, Ajaita Shah went to her parents’ native India to work...

Sunny Side Up: Solar Power for Low-Income, Minority Communities

Despite positive momentum in the solar industry, minorities and women remain woefully underrepresented.

Virgin, Qantas, United and the Revival of Alt Jet Fuels

In the last five years or so, an entire genre of reporting on the aviation industry has emerged around the potential of sustainable...

Renewable Energy Redoubles its Global Reach

As the world economy and energy use both grew in 2014, renewables continued their rapid rise − but carbon emissions did not.

Google Transforms Old Coal-Fired Power Plant To 100% Renewable Data Center

Google has committed to power all operations through renewable energy. So far, 46% of the company’s data centers benefit from clean energy.

Why the Saudis Are Going Solar

The fate of one of the biggest fossil-fuel producers may now depend on its investment in renewable energy.




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