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Jim Lane - July 28, 2014

Solar Fuels: How Close, How Real?

There’s a class of fuels that don’t use an intervening biomass to make a fuel — so, though they use biology or waste carbon, they’ve bristled at being called “biofuels." Instead, the...

Aater Suleman - July 21, 2014

Get the Most Out of Solar: Cloud-Based Data Monitoring and Control Solutions

As the cost of implementing solar panels drops, more organizations are looking to deploy solar energy solutions. Experts predict a rise in solar investment in coming years. Monitoring...

Mark Schiller - July 16, 2014

Hydrogen Energy Storage: A New Solution To the Renewable Energy Intermittency Problem

The need for a complete energy storage solution is becoming more acute where fields of wind turbines are already generating gigawatts of electricity, often with a significant mismatch...

Iqbal Pittalwala - July 09, 2014

Solar Energy Efficiency Gets a Boost

A perspective article published last month by University of California, Riverside chemists in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters was selected as an Editors Choice — an honor...

Don Konantz - June 30, 2014

Pass the Mustard: Why Carinata is Taking Root as Biofuel

Navigant Research forecasts that the “global biofuels production will reach 61 billion gallons by 2023, replacing nearly 6 percent of global transportation fuel production from fossil...

Stephanie Hobby - June 16, 2014

Research Continues on Solar with Molten Salt Storage

A soaring structure on the south side of the Department of Energy’s National Solar Thermal Test Facility (NSTTF) combines two cutting-edge technologies in concentrating solar energy:...

Mike Janes - May 20, 2014

Planting the “SEEDS” of Solar Technology in the Home

In an effort to better understand what persuades people to buy photovoltaic (PV) systems for their homes, researchers at Sandia National Laboratories are gathering data on consumer...

Richard Lederer - April 30, 2014

Wind Safety: Is Your Turbine Up to Industry Standards?

The demand for greater safety in technology is growing worldwide. Proven and tested industrial automation products — including integrated safety functionality — increases the availability...

Jussi Puranen - April 21, 2014

The Big Wind Energy Drive Train Technology Debate

In the wind power industry, the debate on which generator and converter option makes for the best modern wind turbine drive trains is still raging. Numerous technology experts and industry...

Eize de Vries - April 08, 2014

Wind Technology: Developing the New Medium-speed 3-MW+ Class

Rostock-based German engineering consultancy W2E Wind to Energy installed a 3-MW and 3.3-MW sister prototype of its medium-speed flagship model in 2013.

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