225 Views
Climate change is heating up Los Angeles. We need a grid that can keep the power on when it's sweltering
<h5>The record-breaking heat that baked Southern California and prompted mass power outages last weekend was just a taste of what is to come. Summers in SoCal have already <a href="https://www.researchgate.net/publication/236817095_Heat_Waves_in_Southern_California_Are_They_Becoming_More_Frequent_and_Longer_Lasting" target="_blank">been getting hotter</a> over the last century. <br/></h5>
Jul 16, 2018
1404 Views
North American cities will see major economic benefits by switching to 100% renewable energy
<h5>While policymakers in national governments are debating whether or how much to address global warming, over 70 cities and towns in the United States alone have committed to transitioning to 100% clean, renewable energy in one or more energy sectors. <br/></h5>
Jul 12, 2018
2311 Views
What Are The Pros And Cons Of Residential Solar Panels?
<h5>From the residential consumer’s point of view, there are mostly pros when it comes to switching to solar.<br/></h5>
Jul 10, 2018
3251 Views
How your home could generate, store and sell energy
<h5>As we move towards renewables in our efforts to decarbonise our economies, energy storage is becoming increasingly important. Could householders become an integral part of national electricity networks?<br/></h5>
Jun 29, 2018
1931 Views
Renewable energy set to supply one-third of market needs by 2020
<h5>Renewable energy will provide one third of the national electricity market's needs within two years, according to new research from Green Energy Markets (GEM).<br/></h5>
Jun 28, 2018
1365 Views
What if Canada had spent $200bn on wind energy instead of oil?
<h5>In explaining Canada's decision to nationalise the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5bn, Bill Morneau went hard on the economic argument. “Make no mistake,” the finance minister said. “This is an investment in Canada’s future.”<br/></h5>
Jun 20, 2018
3010 Views
Solar Has Overtaken Gas and Wind as Biggest Source of New U.S. Power
<h5>Despite tariffs that President Trump imposed on imported panels, the U.S. installed more solar energy than any other source of electricity in the first quarter.<br/></h5>
Jun 13, 2018
1729 Views
Global Spending on Renewables Is Outpacing Fossil Fuels
<h5></h5><h5>The world is going green. Global spending on renewable energy is outpacing investment in electricity from traditional energy sources like coal, natural gas and nuclear power plants, according to a report by the International Energy Agency.</h5>
Jun 12, 2018
2044 Views
Florida's 'city of the future' is first solar-powered town in America
<h5>Jasmin Day is pregnant and when her girl or boy is born later this year—she’s keeping the gender a surprise—her baby will become the first child ever born in Babcock Ranch, Fla. </h5>
Jun 09, 2018
3827 Views
Want to Reduce Electricity Bills by 70% This Summer? Go Solar
<h5></h5><h5>Your electricity bills are now slashed by 60 to 90 percent! <span>That could be an advertisement for an energy-efficient appliance company, but it could also happen to you, if you choose to go solar. </span></h5>
Jun 09, 2018
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