Saturday, December 15, 2018

Leading The Charge: As Battery Storage Sweeps The World, GE Finds...

The grizzly bear might be one of California’s most beloved and visible symbols — adorning the state’s flag and seal — but now another...

Bring More Renewables To Your Home

Hackathons, the whirlwind competitions that challenge developers to solve complex problems in a short period, are like the Olympics for computer programmers. Teams compete...

From Web To Watts: How Tech Companies Are On Course To...

The energy market was once a largely impersonal affair for customers. They’d pay utilities, get service in return, and that was about it. But...

Fowl Play: This Power App Lights The Way To More Profit...

The California duck sounds like a dish straight from the state’s famously progressive kitchens. But you can’t order it at any restaurant — nor would...

How The Latest Technology Is Transforming The Oldest Green Power Plants

Scandinavian power company Fortum is the top producer of “certified” renewable electricity in Finland and Sweden. Much of it comes from 169 hydroelectric plants,...

Solar Power Is Becoming Cheap Enough To Compete With Fossil Fuels...

Dubai has so many sunny days—more than 300 on average every year—it seems like a no-brainer for the city to use some of those...

Goodbye, Midcentury Modern. Hello 21st Century Hydropower.

Canada’s Ojibway and Oji-Cree people named a river in rural Ontario Mattagami, which translates to “turbulent water.” Turns out that poetic description also means...

Mekong Nations Eye Hydropower To Drive Energy And Economic Plans

Hydropower is the colossus of the renewable energy world – the single largest clean energy source available today accounting for more than 16% of total global electricity generation...

Size Matters: The Next Big Thing In Wind Turbines

In the race to supply the world with carbon-free renewable energy, there have been encouraging signs in wind power, with costs there falling by...