Who says Pinterest is just for fashion and cupcakes?
Rep. Cliff Stearns says successful companies should get government subsidies — unless those successful companies are involved in clean energy.
“Grid parity” has arrived in parts of sunny California and Hawaii, and it’s coming to (not-so-sunny) Germany by 2013.
Sales of solar panels for Japanese homes are up 30.7 percent in 2011, despite — or, let’s be real, because of — the economic hit the country took in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.
This post originally appeared on Energy Self-Reliant States, a resource of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance’s New Rules Project. What if installing more solar could reduce electricity prices? It’s already happening in Germany, world leader in solar power, and it’s …
If you’re not already connected to an electricity grid, renewable energy is a no-brainer, argues Michigan professor of history and ‘scholar of the Muslim world’ Juan Cole.
An MIT scientist has developed a quick and dirty way to harness solar power using “anything green, even grass clippings.” So basically, solar panels made out of yard waste. This technology is way, way, way, way below the efficiency of …
Ali Al-Naimi also called global warming one of “humanity’s most pressing concerns,” and advocated for renewable energy investment. When the Saudis are no longer hyped on oil, you know something’s got to change.
Coal generation keeps falling faster than government predictions, which don’t even account for other factors affecting its decline. Could the reign of coal finally be over?