Member Login

Log in

           

News

In a Decade, We'll See Cheap Solar Energy

Futurist Ray Kurzweil notes that solar power has been doubling every two years for the past 30 years — as costs have been dropping. He says solar energy is only six doublings — or less than 14 years — away from meeting 100 percent of today's energy needs. Energy usage will keep increasing, so this is a moving target. >>View Article 

Michigan Renewable Energy Grows

Michigan also has begun to produce high-quality and affordable renewable energy. According to a new poll, 79 percent of midwestern business owners believe renewable energy will help their businesses; 73 percent want to utilize renewables more in the future. Among them are many in Michigan. >>View Article 

Don't Let China Dominate

This month’s report on renewable energy markets from the International Energy Agency indicates that by 2020, China will account for almost 40 percent of the growth in renewable energy capacity. The United States, meanwhile, lags behind, obsessed with its natural gas boom and riveted by remaining oil reserves on its federally protected lands. >>View Article 

US Solar and Wind Start to Outshine Gas

Large wind farms and solar plants are now cost-competitive with gas-fired power in many parts of the US even without subsidy, according to Lazard, raising the prospect of a fundamental shift in the country’s energy market. >>View Article

Subcategories

Page 1 of 339

Sponsors

JoomShaper