Around the world, the idea that communities install, own, and enjoy some of the benefits of renewable energy is growing fast.
Articles: Renewable Energy (2234)
With the benefit of hindsight, would you have wanted your pension being invested in cassette tapes, floppy discs, fax machines, Kodak or Blockbuster in 2000?
The cost of wind power has been falling steadily again since the 2008 price spike, and newer projects have been coming in at 2 cents per kilowatt-hour, making them very competitive with natural gas fired power and ranking among the very lowest-cost ways to generate electricity. But can wind …
Trump’s win will slow climate action and renewables, but as the reactions at COP 22 show already, he will fail in his fossil promises
Another Failure of Scientific Peer-Review: a Completely Wrong Paper on the Energy Return of Photovoltaic Energy
Theoretically, whatever is published in a scientific journal should go through a rigorous review process that ensures that it is correct and reliable. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way.
State of The Transition, October 2016: As the Paris Agreement Enters into Force, Momentum in the Great Energy System Change Continues to Outpace Setbacks
The post-Paris climate negotiations should not be viewed as a stand alone process.
What combination of power generators on the U.S. grid produces reliable power at the lowest cost?
Renewable energy capacity is growing more rapidly than expected, says the International Energy Agency (IEA), overtaking coal for the first time.
Planet Earth, our habitat, is in dire straits And our world is suffering from various crises, conflicts and problems. There is hardly any sign that something is seriously being done to solve these problems.
Although it’s clear enough that energy transition is necessary and reasonable, and although we know that transition is mainly happening on the grid at first, there is still much uncertainty about exactly where on the grid different strategies can be tried, how much they can accomplish, and …