Without exception, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is all about Atomic Energy Defense (AED). Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), on the other hand, are far from mission-critical. To the extent that the DOE’s 2016 budget request allocates 63 percent to AED activities and only 9 percent to EERE, energy efficiency and renewable energy […]
In Visayas, one of the three main island groups in The Philippines, too much solar on the grid may lead to blackouts during the election period, which begins today, March 28, and lasts until May 7. Grid operators are concerned that too much power is being fed into the grid when all of the solar […]
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley recently signed a law that gives tax credits for geothermal system installations in the state.
Since 1970 there has been great interest in using renewable energies in the 46 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), where currently only three countries have no policies or strategies for the promotion and/or development of this energy source.
The new Polish Government’s intention to curb wind power expansion in the country has met a severe backlash from local wind market players and international wind energy executives alike.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Feb. 29 that it will provide a $225 million bond to the Philippine firm AboitizPower Corp. for the Tiwi-MakBan geothermal energy facilities.
Clean, renewable energy is the single most needed technology by the millennial generation. Not only is it the key to slowing global warming and climate change, but it also solves a host of other problems, such as respiratory diseases and national security.