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Google is one of the largest clean energy corporate leaders in the U.S. If we had more Googles (and fewer Facebooks or Apples), it...

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The great promise of hydrogen fuel cells is their potential to take hydrogen generated by low cost solar power, and put it to work...

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Gravity Power is testing a novel kind of energy storage with potential gigawatt-scale capacity – that uses simple mechanics and gravity underground – at...

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Texas has more wind power than it can use, and that partly explains why NRG Energy, Inc. has backed out of a plan to...

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Europe's UpWind project is delivering on its promise of developing a 20 MW (megawatt) wind turbine, using only current technology and materials. The largest...

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It seems that total cumulative installed power capacity from renewable sources passed up nuclear for the first time in 2010, according to the draft...

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The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), which includes 148 member nations and the EU and was created in 2009, has decided to set up...

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There are some very widespread and incorrect conceptions about renewable energy sources. I mention and discuss some of the most common ones below.

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I announced yesterday that Google's investing $5 million into a solar power project in Germany. That's big, and it's Google's first cleantech investment outside...

You’ve probably noticed that wind is super abundant on our planet (funny video on this topic). Some report that wind in windy locations on...

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One of our readers and I are putting together a comprehensive resource page for all things wind (will do the same for solar power,...

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