Tesla Motors Inc. is signing up big customers like Wal-Mart and Cargill, accelerating efforts to become a leader in energy storage -- a new market that’s poised to boost sales and profit at the electric vehicle pioneer.
A $2 trillion push in the U.S. to blend renewable energy into the power supply and fortify transmission lines against extreme weather means that Americans must act more like Europeans to keep their power costs down.
From Amelia Earhart to Gandhi, fifth graders in Ellis County, Kansas dress as a famous figure of their choosing and present the impact their character has had on the world. The youth program is one of the most prominent, made possible by the Hays Arts Council. “To shave one’s head to become Ghandi, that’s a staggering level of commitment for a fift
Oil fracking companies seeking to improve their image and pull in a little extra cash are turning their waste water into clean geothermal power.
Power Engineering International has launched the EMEA Projects of the Year, which will seek to highlight the best in power plant construction across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Hosted by Power Engineering International, the awards will be presented at the Gala VIP Dinner at POWER-GEN Europe in Amsterdam on the evening of Tuesday, June 9. Th
Residential Solar and Uniform Commercial Code: A Primer on Solar-Financiers’ Rights in a Foreclosure
U.S. residential solar PV has been growing at a breakneck pace. Annual installations have increased nearly five-fold in the past five years and, in 2014, surpassed annual commercial capacity additions for the first time in the history of PV market tracking. Additionally, nearly a third of the entire solar industry's workforce — comprising over 174,000 employees — works in residential solar.
The Government of Egypt has said that it must invest US$12 billion in the electricity sector over the next five years in order to meet that country’s urgent electricity demands — and renewable energy will be a key component.
This Earth Day, with the sun shining down and a warm breeze blowing, a small crowd gathered on the lawn of our nation’s Capitol Building to celebrate the re-introduction of an historic bill that would ban fracking on public lands, thereby protecting millions of acres of iconic national parks and forests while helping us move towards a cleaner, gree
According to the latest "Energy Infrastructure Update" report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Office of Energy Projects, wind, solar, geothermal, and hydropower combined provided over 75 percent (75.43 percent) of the 1,229 megawatts (MW) of new U.S. electrical generating capacity placed into service during the first quarter of 2015. The balance (302 MW) was provided by natural gas.
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- Energy Department Invests $4 Million to Strengthen Building America Industry Partnerships
- Energy Department Invests $6 Million to Increase Energy Efficiency of Public Buildings
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- Energy Department to Provide $75 Million for ‘Fuels from Sunlight’ Hub
- Energy Department Announces $10.5 Million for Next-Generation Marine Energy Systems
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- Pilot to Boost U.S. Clean Energy Manufacturing Competitiveness, National Labs' Role
- Energy Department Invests Nearly $8 Million to Develop Next-Generation HVAC Systems for Buildings
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- Press release: UK and Norway: Building links to deliver energy security and prosperity
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