Geothermal Energy Blog Posts

Chris Meehan - March 19, 2015

Obama Signs Executive Order Requiring Government to Increase Renewables Use to 30%

Today (March 19) President Barack Obama (D) signed an Executive Order requiring the federal government to increase its use of renewable energy to 30 percent and to reduce its emissions....

SteadyState Geothermal - March 12, 2015

Net Zero Energy Efficient Buildings and Geothermal Heat Pumps

As the U.S. market for green building design and construction evolves, we are hearing much more lately about net-zero buildings. Homes and commercial buildings that earn the net-zero...

Rogier van Vlissingen - March 09, 2015

Distributed Solar and the Metastasis of GHG-Emissions

It's all solar energy, in our solar system, in any solar system, for that matter. The oil and gas in the ground are congealed solar energy, solar PV and solar thermal both are solar,...

GreenLancer - February 20, 2015

Take a closer look: ICF’s offer ‘positive cash flow’ in Energy Savings

Insulating Concrete Forms ...Not just for foundations anymore… When I began my research for Michigan contractors using ICF’s (Insulating Concrete Forms) and dove deeper into case studies...

Leslie Blodgett - February 20, 2015

Geothermal Visual: Capacity Factors for Assorted Energy Systems

“Capacity factor” refers to a measure of actual output over a period of time. Capacity factors for various types of energy systems, as recorded by DOE and NREL, are given in the visual...

Tom DeRosa - February 11, 2015

Nuclear: Is It Clean and Green?

Nuclear energy has been, and still is, a vital part of the current U.S. energy picture. It has provided a steady baseload energy source for decades, and this may continue - it is projected...

Chris Meehan - February 05, 2015

New Report Finds Strong Growth in Solar and other Clean Energy in US

The Business Council for Sustainable Energy released its Sustainable Energy in America Factbook for 2015, which was produced by Bloomberg. The factbook shows the advances that clean...

Capsells - January 25, 2015

Greener Winter Heating Home Heating Tech to Feel Warm, Fuzzy, and Sustainable All Winter Long

Most homeowners only think about their home’s heating system twice: during the winter and when it’s broken. Many homeowners eventually replace what was there when they first moved in....

Chris Meehan - January 21, 2015

NREL’s 2013 Energy Data Book Shows Strong Growth in Renewables

Renewable energy, including wind, solar, hydropower and biopower grew to 13 percent of all electric generation in the U.S. in 2013. That’s according to the the National Renewable Energy...

Victor Cardona - January 06, 2015

Clean Energy Patents hit new High in Third Quarter. Solar Leads, HEV's edge higher.

  Clean energy patents hit another all-time high in the third quarter of 2014, according to the Clean Energy Patent Growth Index.   Solar patents again led Fuel Cell patents and all...

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