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Americans support climate change policies, especially those that give them incentives and clean up the energy supply
Incentives like rebates for insulation or allowing homeowners to sell energy from solar panels were more popular than taxing for excess energy use.
Procuring hour-by-hour clean energy within an energy buyer's grid can lead to a greater reduction of greenhouse gas emissions than 100% clean energy matching, while driving deployment of clean firm power generation and long-duration energy storage, according to a new study.
As more customers embrace Renewable Energy, up to 75 percent of US utilities are set to offer a mass-market green power program by the end of 2003 with Several utilities are achieving a response rate much higher than the usual 1 percent.
The solar panel is becoming an increasingly popular form of alternative energy around the world, using photovoltaic and silicon solar cells to convert radiation into power. Solar power has had a long history of failed starts and limited distribution. As an alternative to the burning of fossil fuels, solar panels rank alongside wind and hydropower as essential energy options for […]
Wind power and renewables are extremely popular across Europe and beyond, typically hitting positive scores of 60-80 percent across a range of locations according to a survey published this week in Wind Directions, the magazine of the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA). The survey is a summary of 37 surveys from 19 countries, focusing on European countries, plus Australia, Estonia, USA and Poland.
December 17, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Medis Technologies Ltd. will be featured in Time Europe magazine – Forecast 2003 Edition (December 16, 2002), reports on the Medis fuel cell Power Pack in its Technology 2003 section. According to Medis, the Time Europe magazine’s segment entitled “Mobiles Take Charge,” features the Medis Power Pack, noting that this “innovation should make it easier to […]
Using solar power is becoming more and more viable, thanks to cuts in cost and the general public’s understanding that the sun’s energy is plentiful and capable of being harnessed more efficiently than electricity. The Associated Press reports that solar panel installations are predicted to double this year, as they did last year. The AP also cites Andrew Beebe, who […]
Renewable energy is far more popular with Norwegians than fossil energy production, even with the adoption of carbon capture and storage technology, the results of a new survey show.
There are a lot of Americans who would love to get their energy from solar, but can't. They live in apartments and condos and don't own their rooftop. Or they do own a home or business, but really like the old oak tree that shades their roof. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) estimated that 75 percent of American residential buildings have physical restrictions to going solar. Other building owners may have a suitable roof but for a variety of reasons may not want to commit to having a solar system installed on their own property. By limiting ourselves to the traditional "panels on your roof" approach to PV, we are leaving a tremendous amount of solar potential on the table.
Renewable energy communities seem to be an increasingly popular approach to introducing new technology into an area power market.