Arizona Senator Kyl spent his time writing a report not to promote the growing solar industry in his home state but to take a shot at utility-scale solar power.
"Where the hell is that Roadmap Report?" is the question people keep asking Sandia Lab’s Mike Hightower. The DOE has returned the report an astounding 22 times.
New York City’s East River may become the site of the nation’s first full-scale tidal power plant - a potentially big step for other coastal cities looking for locally-generated renewable energy that’s fish-friendly, too.
Electricity generated from tides, waves, currents and free-flowing rivers is categorized as hydrokinetic energy: the harnessing of the energy of moving water.
Solar panel customers and installers are confronted with a maze of permitting red tape. Let’s review in the form of a compelling, one-scene play!
As we watch the events unfold at the Fukushima nuclear power plant we are struck by how yet again the interdependencies of water and energy are on full display.
Few people know solar energy like Vote Solar's Executive Director Adam Browning. In today's Hero podcast, Adam discusses Vote Solar, how he got into the solar field, and what's on the horizon for his team and the US solar industry.
Opening day for Major League Baseball has come and gone, but the Seattle Mariners stepped up to the plate before the season started to announce the launch of the Green Sports Alliance.
A mentor for many in the renewable energy world, Jane Weissman, who directs the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, is widely celebrated for her commitment to clean energy development and education.
Here, a very incomplete introductory list of how renewable energy and energy efficiency are already secretly powering parts of your everyday life.
Sustainability is a central theme of SUNY’s strategic planning. Why, then, isn’t it part of a new challenge grant program announced last week by New York Governor Cuomo and SUNY Chancellor Zimpher?
Different states have chosen different policies to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency to achieve various goals. In order to assess progress, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has issued the "State of the States" report.
New York is way behind arch-rival New Jersey when it comes to solar power, but a new bill could help the Empire State become a solar power player.
Let’s take the opportunities that recent natural disasters present and redefine our exceptionalism. Let’s build a sustainable future that can withstand uncertainties.
Older power plants are addicted to water, but changing weather patterns and increasing demands are making water more scarce and putting these outdated plants at risk. Can the power industry kick its water habit?
So many films feature energy as a theme that Dr. Michael Webber assembled a presentation that examines how energy production and consumption and our views about energy have changed over time.