Despite significant growth in the amount of energy generated from renewable sources, 2018’s carbon emissions were up 1.7% from the previous year.
Toying with the idea of putting solar panels on your roof? Our Green Guide to Going Solar can help you find out about incentives, reputable installers, etc.
Renewable Energy Progress: Reasons to Hope Even on economics, solar and wind as competitive as any energy source
Contrary to what the current administration would have us believe, renewables are the most cost-effective, economically beneficial options for energy sourcing and infrastructure going forward.
We Need to Reevaluate Our Relationship With Oil Rising Prices, Dwindling Supply & Environmental Hazards Signal Time to Move Beyond Petroleum
Given rising prices, dwindling supply and environmental hazards, the United States desperately needs to reevaluate its relationship with oil…
Who needs the Clean Power Plan to meet our Paris climate commitments if we can coordinate emissions cuts across the private sector and at the state and municipal levels…
Rooftop solar has never looked so good, given new technology from Tesla, Solar Window, Dyaqua, Sistine Solar, Sunflare & others to improve solar aesthetics.
Is so-called cleantech (alternative energy and related sectors) still the next big thing for American venture capitalists?
Wave power could account for a quarter or more of U.S. electricity needs if we work to develop its potential around our coastlines, and could also provide other countries with a readily available renewable and free energy source.
Stanford environmental policy wonk Dan Reicher discusses new modes of financing renewable energy and why now is the time to make the move to solar, wind and other green forms of power.
Can Carbon Nanotubes Make Batteries Viable? Battery advances key to future of intermittent renewables like solar and wind
Carbon nanotubes have significantly higher energy density and can store more electricity than any currently available battery technologies.