Dr Zhengrong Shi, known as the “Sun King”, is introducing a new flexible, lightweight solar panel to the Austrialian and Japanese markets.
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Twenty governors of both political parties have written a letter to the president urging support for renewable energy policies. They point out that renewables provide jobs in the very rural areas where the presidents says he wants to create more jobs.
Originally published on Red, Green & Blue by Jeremy Bloom Would you rather be a coal miner, or a solar power technician? Bad news if you answered (correctly) that life would be much better for you as a solar power tech. Because if Trump has his way, those jobs are going to be nuked (and […]
Starting in 2012, Google began planning to get 100% of its electricity from renewable sources. It says it will finally reach its goal before the end of 2017.
The government of Sweden has announced a new incentive program that will pay 60% of the cost of a residential battery storage system up to a maximum of $5,600. It runs until December 31, 2019
Zapotec Energy in Cambridge, Massachusetts is committed to showing homeowners and commercial customers how solar power can provide them with clean, renewable energy and save them money at the same time.
Minnesota has just dedicated the largest solar far in the midwest. The North Star facility will supply power for 20,000 homes. In other news, Minnesota Power will shutter two more coal fired plants by the end of 2018.
Demand for the Tesla Powerwall has surged following a blackout on September 28 caused by freakishly high winds not, as suggested by Australia’s prime minister, too much electricity from renewable power sources.
New technology in the UK allows data to be sent over the electrical grid to manage any appliance connected to it. It is the beginning of a smart grid that will reduce the need for new generating facitlities.
Covering 1.2% of the Sahara Desert with solar panels could generate enough electricity to power the entire world says professor Mehran Moalem on Quora.