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As the fossil fuel industry rages against the dying of the gas light, they continue to work to plant doubt about an economy centered around solar and wind paired with battery storage.
The next frontier goes beyond the shift from fossil fuels to renewables and moves toward different power resources working together.
The key to decreasing the built environment’s impact on climate change is to reduce carbon emissions. To achieve long-term benefits, the whole lifecycle of a building must be taken into consideration.
Instead of undertaking fundamental industry structure analysis, with examination of strategic, technical, and economic evaluation of options in the electricity industry, what we have is obvious, anticlimactic: “deploy solar.”
December 12, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Technology and Learning Magazine has selected The Dell-Winston Solar Car Challenge as one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Projects in Education. The Dell-Winston Solar Challenge is an annual solar-car race that provides students from across the country and Mexico with hands-on experience in science and technology, using the program to develop important skills for the […]
Metallic Power, a developer of zinc regenerative fuel cells, has been named one of the top five most promising companies by approximately 200 investors who attended Energy Venture Fair III, a capital funding and energy investor conference...
Solar Distinction Inc., part of the Noribachi Group said this week that it plans to build a solar photovoltaic manufacturing plant in Albuquerque. The plant will employ 300 within two to three years with a potential of up to 500.
First the Model 3 electric car. Now the solar roof. In just one week, Tesla has challenged two distinct industries with radically new products.
Composite construction refers to any structure with two or more distinct materials that are combined to create an engineered product with properties "greater that the sum of its parts."
Paula Mints explains the important distinction between "price" and "cost" (and why they get confused), and the current crossroads of pricing behavior through which PV manufacturers must once again learn to navigate.