As a founder of the Tea Party movement, Debbie Dooley may be an unlikely advocate for renewable energy.
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Will only time tell whether it will be enough to keep solar panels cheap when crude oil no longer is?
Rethinking the grid is quickly emerging as one of the hottest topics.
It is clear that Britain has an energy problem.
Though climate change will no doubt prove to be one aspect of stranded assets, others will include a simple but powerful realization that there are simply better places to put your investment dollars…or euros…or yuan.
If solar has gotten so cheap, why isn't there more of it?
The cheapest long term financial investment for us with the least amount of risk was to move in this direction.
Written by Finnish energy analysts Rauli Partanen, Harri Paloheimo and Heikki Waris, The World After Cheap Oil offers an exhaustive, up-to-date dissection of the world oil situation.
A new report from the Solar Foundation and George Washington University shows the U.S. solar industry gained about 31,000 new jobs in 2014, a 21.8 percent growth rate or nearly twenty times more than the economy as a whole.
David Fridley on alternative energy, what it can do, and what it can't.