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I was in Germany a little more than a week ago and can tell you from what I saw that Germany (or, at least,...

Cap And Trade

I had been worried about two or three states pulling out of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI, pronounced “Reggie”), the nation's first cap...

Cars

As always, there were many great cleantech stories that I wanted to cover this week but couldn't get to. It is literally one of...

Buildings

The aluminum giant Alcoa is launching a new self-cleaning building material that can help decompose airborne pollutants that stick to surfaces, much the same...

Clean Power

The anti-wind people are at it again, saturating the media with claims that wind energy is “worthless” because wind doesn’t blow all the time....

Clean Power

Bureaucratic red tape is one of the biggest hindrances to offshore wind power growth right now, not just in the U.S. (where the Obama...

Microgrids

The WindTamer Corporation has come up with what looks like the kitchen sink of renewable energy, combining a wind turbine with a micro-mini smart...

Clean Power

A former home state of mine, North Carolina, may soon have a 300-MW wind farm in the Eastern part of the state. A Portland,...

Clean Power

The state of Washington has announced a plan in cooperation with the global power company TransAlta to shut down all of the coal boilers...

Clean Power

Following up on my overview post on the cost of wind power, here's a little discussion on some more intricate matters related to wind...

Energy Efficiency

An Australian university constructed graphene paper by milling graphite, and for the first time it was malleable, 10 times stronger than steel, 6 times...

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