Published on December 31st, 2011 | by Zachary Shahan2
Top 10 CleanTechnica Posts of 2011
December 31st, 2011 by Zachary Shahan
I know we’ve got a lot of long-term readers here on CleanTechnica. Can any of you guess some of our top 10 most-viewed pieces of 2011? I’ll give you a few clues — 5 were in the Solar Energy category, 2 were in the Wind Energy category, 2 were in the Alternative Fuels category, and the top story was, well, a bit unique… it was filed under the Media and New Technology categories. OK, enough foreplay, here’s our Top 10 of 2011 list (based on pageviews):
- How Google is Making the Climate War Worse (Note that Google is a clear clean energy leader)
- High-Efficiency Solar Cells Getting More Efficient, Cheaper
- Award-Winning Inventor Makes Fuel from Plastic Bags
- U.S. Department of Energy Announces New Biofuel to Replace Gasoline
- 3D Solar Panels from MIT
- Wind Lens Triples Turbine Output
- About Wind Energy / Why Wind Energy
- Pull-Out Solar Power in a Handy Carrying Case
- Finally! A Low Cost Solar Panel that Can See in the Dark
- Solar Power Almost as Cheap as Natural Gas in Six States
If you missed any of those pieces, you might want to take a look at them — I think they’re all still worth a read.
I’m always curious if people have any favorite stories of the year. If you do, please drop us a note below!
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