We can launch an energy revolution that drastically decreases CO2 emission and other deleterious consequences associated with fossil fuel burning. Energy extraction can be cut by more than 50\% by co...[Read More]
Session 2 - Politics of the Transition to Renewable Energy |...
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The Bottom Line on Climate Change: Transitioning to Renewable Energy
World's leading climate economists look to the future of ene...[Read More]
UC Berkeley and Tsinghua University to partner on clean ener...
The Paris Climate Conference in December was a major breakthrough in tackling global climate change as 195 countries adopted a global climate deal. But alongside the event, numerous smaller agreements...[Read More]
Energy EXPO 2017 Panel 6: Renewable Energy 1: Overview
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Amy Halloran, Senior Manager for Renewable Energy Programs, Sandia National Laboratories
Sandia National Laboratories has the second largest portfolio of re...[Read More]
Working with the tides for clean energy: Allard van Hoeken a...
Allard van Hoeken (Groningen, The Netherlands) is Head of the New Energy department at Bluewater Energy Services. He is responsible for the development of Bluetec. Allard holds a masters degree in Mec...[Read More]
New Unbelievable Source of RENEWABLE ENERGY DISCOVERED! Gree...
The energy potential of algae.
The world's first algae-powered building.
Reducing carbon with algae at local power plan.
San Diego's Algae Industry Struggles To Float On Fuel Alone.
The state of Washington is leading the way in clean energy - and the University of Washington is playing a critical role. UW's "Clean Energy Institute" is developing efficient, cost effective solar po...[Read More]
CIRES assembled a panel of the top minds in the field of renewable energy at the 2012 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting. The panelists discuss recent scientific...[Read More]
The Versatile ARPA-E: A Catalyst for Clean Energy Innovation
The Advanced Research Projects Agency â€“ Energy (ARPA-E) fills key gaps in the U.S. energy innovation system. Its funding yields new science that is relevant to energy innovators and leads to th...[Read More]