Tag: energy needs


A new study concludes that it would be technically and economically feasible for New York State to meet all of its energy needs from renewable sources by 2030, but researchers say the transition would involve building wind, solar, and other Read more…


With more and more solar being built in California, new records of peak solar generation are being set and re-set. On September 5, the California Independent System Operator issued a press release (pdf) to celebrate how solar is helping meet Read more…


Balancing the big picture with the details can be tricky. However, finding this balance can be very powerful when addressing a building’s energy needs and energy costs. One way of achieving good balance is to take an integrated approach that Read more…


An international group of scientists says space-based solar plants could help meet the world’s energy needs within 30 years if governments are willing to provide the early funding. Space-based solar technology, in which satellites are launched into space to collect Read more…


A German-led initiative to tap solar energy in the deserts of Northern Africa and the Middle East to meet Europe’s long-term energy needs has targeted a site in Morocco for its first large-scale solar farm. The Desertec Industrial Initiative (Dii) Read more…


The U.S. stands at an energy crossroads. With or without new direction from policymakers, huge sums will be invested in the electricity system as aging infrastructure is replaced and new infrastructure is built to meet our country’s growing energy needs. Read more…


Abu Dhabi is commissioning a new set of nuclear plants for the first time in 2018, that will generate 25% of its power. I find this a bit hard to understand, since it’s happening just as countries like Germany and Read more…


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) publishes its first-ever comprehensive review of low-carbon energy sources and potential, a 900-page “Bible” on renewable energy. Word snuck out last week that the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)


DELL has been helping lead the way in corporate social responsibility among IT companies in recent years. According to the company’s annual corporate responsibility report for 2010, DELL was the first in the industry to ban the export of e-waste Read more…


As part of its latest program to reduce carbon emissions, the Ethiopian government announced last week that it plans to reforest fifteen million hectares of land by 2025. This reforestation effort, combined with a switch to clean energy sources like Read more…


People around the world may be getting more accustomed to seeing wind turbines or solar panels, but most aren’t aware of how much of the population’s energy needs can be met through the sun, wind, heat and ocean waves. According Read more…


When it comes to solar energy systems, especially solar photovoltaic, bigger is better, and the biggest one to date is the 5-megawatt rooftop solar system proposed for the top of the White Rose Building in Cateret, New Jersey. The building Read more…

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