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- Tag: technology
Published at Mar 26, 2014
source: The Ridgefield Press
Hydroelectric sources of power dwarf other forms of renewable energy, but wind power has been a dominant second for years, and continues to show “hockey...
Published at Feb 19, 2014
source: Energy Matters
After three years and 8.5 million man-hours, the world’s largest solar power plant was officially opened last week in the USA’s sun-scorched Mojave Desert.
Published at Jan 21, 2014
source: Greentech Media
Will innovation hubs produce better results than the administration’s first push into clean energy manufacturing?
Published at Jan 6, 2014
source: NRDC - Switchboard
Much more work needs be done to defuse the threat of climate change, but America took major steps forward this year. Here are a few...
Published at Oct 29, 2013
source: The Energy Collective
There are those who say that the U.S. needs to focus more on innovation to create new clean energy technologies, rather than relying entirely on...
Published at Oct 10, 2013
source: Renewable Energy World
Geothermal industry leaders say they are losing a popularity contest with wind and solar power, but claim they are offering a better product. Are they...