November 21, 2019

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Clean Energy Funding Trumps Fossil Fuels

Global investors spent about $250 billion building new power capacity in 2008, and for the first time the lion’s share of that money...

Solar power subsidy may prove expensive

A proposal that suggests a Rs24,000 crore annual subsidy for 20 years to promote solar power could undermine India’s position at the international...

San Francisco Installing Solar Powered, Wi-Fi Ready Bus Stops

Back in April, we heard San Francisco was planning to install solar powered bus stops, and last week Mayor Gavin Newsom cut the...

Resourceful Guy Builds Solar House, Solar Power, Solar Car

Meet a man who has built a passive-solar house with solar electric power and solar hot water

Turning Wastewater Sludge Green

Wastewater Sludge and gasification brought together for the first time, will bring renewable energy to Sanford, Fla.

Big Oil to Become Big Biofuels?

Garbage and Renewable Energies. Expansion on the Renewable Energy front: New Waste-Based renewable energy.

Alternative Energies

A new wave of technologies is on the verge of producing energy that's clean,renewable, and most importantly, affordable.

Fuel cells

A battery that runs on water may be in our cars sooner than we think.

Google Partners with Eight Utilities in Smart Meter Projects to Track Energy Use Online

Eight utilities in the U.S., Canada and India are teaming up with Google in smart meter projects that will enable customers to monitor...

Which Is Better—Biofuels or Bioelectricity?

In the quest for alternative fuels, biofuels and bioelectricity are two of the leading solutions—but one is better for your car and the...




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