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United States: International Solar Energy Survey Reveals Consumer Optimism and Misperceptions #solsticeappliedPublished at Jun 19, 2012
4th annual survey expanded to include consumers in U.S., China, India and Japan Nearly half of respondents understand that solar market growth will...
Published at Jun 15, 2012
source: LA Times
The U.S. still lagged behind other nations in 2011 in the share of energy it gets from renewable sources, in spite of a more than...
United States: Fukushima residents tour German renewable village, learn about non-nuclear energy sourcesPublished at Nov 30, 2011
source: Washington Post
Germany is leading the way toward a nuclear-free future, and is showcasing the village of Feldheim in Brandenburd as an example of sustainability and security...
Published at Oct 31, 2011
source: Energy & Capital
In 2005, a fast-talking Wall Street hack approached me with the “opportunity of a lifetime.”
Published at Oct 17, 2011
Arguments for solar and wind power are so enticing (endless availability, no pollution and so on) that it’s easy to see why the idea of...
Published at Sep 21, 2011
source: Renewable Energy World
New Hampshire, U.S.A. -- Five percent? That's the EIA's projected global increase in renewable energy generation by the year 2035. You'd think that nearly 30...
Published at Sep 19, 2011
Although U.S. investors have become somewhat skittish about green technology, Asian conglomerates are at the start of what could become an extended shopping spree.