365 Views
A Powerful Mix of Solar and Batteries Is Beating Natural Gas
<h5>Renewable energy developers pairing with storage to beat gas.<br/></h5>
Feb 16, 2018
791 Views
Why Solar Is on a Path to Dominance
<h5>In the next year, the solar industry will develop, construct and finance $25 billion to $30 billion in solar assets. It will build 20 to 25 percent of the country’s new electricity capacity, and will continue to employ hundreds of thousands of people.<br/></h5>
Feb 15, 2018
423 Views
Another victim of climate change: canola oil
<h5>Prolonged heat waves are causing canola seed pods to disintegrate, rendering the plants unusable by farmers. Now, researchers have isolated the gene causing this phenomenon, and they may be able to use that knowledge to prevent the loss of future crops.<br/></h5>
Feb 13, 2018
594 Views
Australia could double its solar capacity by the end of 2018
<h5>Thanks to high electricity prices and low solar installation costs, Australia far exceeds other countries in solar energy adoption.<br/></h5>
Feb 13, 2018
1078 Views
EIA: Clean Energy Momentum Is Here to Stay
<h5>The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) this week released its annual long-term forecast for America’s energy system. <br/></h5>
Feb 08, 2018
695 Views
Harvard makes climate pledge to end fossil fuel use
<h5>Leaders of task force explain how they arrived at ambitious energy goals for campus.</h5>
Feb 08, 2018
826 Views
Texas Is Too Windy and Sunny for Old Energy Companies to Make Money
<h5>In a windsurfers’ paradise, turbines capture gusts that pick up at exactly the right time - or the wrong time, if you're trying to sell natural gas.<br/></h5>
Feb 07, 2018
682 Views
Nissan to Invest $9 Billion in China in Race for EV Dominance
<h5>Nissan Motor Co. intends to spend $9 billion over five years in China as it vies to become the largest global electrified vehicle maker in the country.</h5>
Feb 05, 2018
11758 Views
These Pro Athletes Are Raising Money To Bring Solar Power To Puerto Rico
<h5>Winter Olympian Apolo Ohno and soccer players David Villa and Kaká are helping to fund a new push for renewables as the island rebuilds.</h5>
Feb 01, 2018
1172 Views
Electric Buses Will Take Over Half the World Fleet by 2025
<h5>Nearly half of the municipal buses on the road worldwide will be electric within seven years, with China expected to dominate the global market as it aims to cut urban pollution and support domestic manufacturers.<br/></h5>
Feb 01, 2018
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