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The global rooftop solar market has the potential to exceed 2,000 GW of generation and 1,000 GWh of energy storage by 2050 through careful policy design, according to a new report.
Benjamin K. Sovacool of North Canton, Ohio, a Ph.D. student in science and technology studies at Virginia Tech, has been named a Eugene P. Wigner Fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory for his research based on how to introduce more renewable energy systems and other small-scale electric systems into society. He was one of more than 50 candidates from across the nation to apply and is the first social scientist to have been awarded the fellowship.
After more than a year of bureaucratic delays and a failure to keep the public adequately informed, New Jersey's solar energy program should have gotten a jump-start last week when the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) officially turned management over to Honeywell.
Lobbying and legal challenges are important components of any successful strategy to maintain the pace of the transition to a low-carbon economy; however, what will ultimately win the day is engaging the public—defenders and deniers-- in a rational and resonating dialogue.
New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative is transforming how utility stakeholders view the power sector’s future, but for the first time polling has revealed widespread support for REV from consumers themselves.* Evidence of strongly positive attitudes toward clean energy in general, and REV in particular has major implications for utilities and regulators.
The last year has been a bad one for the corn ethanol industry. With relatively high grain prices and low oil prices, producers have struggled to stay profitable and many companies have gone bankrupt. In addition, growing consumer backlash has caused a public relations nightmare for the industry. With such a terrible state of affairs, where does the industry stand? In this podcast, we'll look at the state of first-generation ethanol in the U.S.
This week at DistribuTECH 2009 in San Diego, Tendril, a provider of open, demand side residential energy management solutions for the utility industry, announced the latest version of its Tendril Residential Energy Ecosystem (TREE) platform.
This week, GoGreenSolar.com launched "GoGreenSolar 2.0," a new product catalog for small-scale solar and wind systems.
A new power inverter, the SunLynx II, has been certified and can provide 2,000 or 4,000 watts of electricity in grid connected mode while maintaining UL1741 approved anti-islanding protection.
Geothermal energy is safe, reliable, and resides just beneath our feet. It can help meet U.S. energy demands by supplying power to our electric grid and can even be used to heat and cool homes and businesses.