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Updated January 27, 2014
Fishing for Energy Efficiency Under and Over the Sea. Technology that was once only imagined in science fiction is becoming reality.
Solar Friendly Arizona Utility Enters the Residential Solar Market. It makes good business sense for traditional utilities to join the home solar game.
Busting the Myth of “Job-Killing EPA Regulations.” Innovative cost-effective ways to meet regulations often create new job opportunities along the way.
Energy Efficiency: The 2015 Sea Change. Energy efficiency’s treatment under the Clean Power Plan is a murky subject.
Are Toyota, Honda and Hyundai Correct? Is it Hydrogen for Clean Cars, Not Batteries? More discussion is needed. The change to clean cars will happen quickly if Big Oil is involved.
Duracell and BYD Branded Together. A Battery Powerhouse? A good investment and good for the planet.
Don't Like Their Politics? Don't Buy Their Stuff. Consumers can control political will.
Small Steps in Fuel Efficiency Lead to Great Leaps. Car companies are now exceeding Corporate Average Fuel Economy expectations, and will continue to do so.
Once Again, Cheap Oil Threatens Electric Car Sales. To compete with gasoline, electric vehicles need better batteries: Magnesium-ion could trump lithium-ion.
How My Neighbor Larry Captures and Sequesters Carbon Dioxide. Plant waste collected and made into something can take CO2 from the air.
Are Battery Electric Cars Failing? Car makers need to scramble to build better cars.
Solar Aluminum Fuel 24/7. Solar power at aluminum facility in Australia could be the first step towards a clean solar aluminum fuel.
Use Renewable Energy to Make Fuel, Not Electricity. A clean fuel made using the energy from wind, solar or other renewable would give the planet a forever fuel.
Demand Response: People, not New Power Plants, are Driving the Clean Energy Future. To take full advantage of low-carbon, renewable energy sources, we need a power grid with enough flexibility to harness clean energy when it is available and abundant.
Fossil Fuel Industry's Tired Battle Against Clean Energy Is Also A Losing One. The majority of Americans support renewable energy. The majority of the energy industry does not.
Don't Stop Looking for New Green Tech. New way to generate electricity gives hope that better, cheaper clean energy technologies are on the way.
Stifle Putin by Squeezing His Economy. Exporting US natural gas to Europe could help stop Russian aggression.
Transitioning to a Clean Energy Future Will Require Lots of Private Capital, but How Do We Get There? Transitioning to a low-carbon economy costs money (and lots of it)
Deep Energy Retrofits on Older Homes Needed to Cut Emissions. Think gut renovations to bring decades-old homes up to snuff.
Tesla's Gigafactory: Technology Flexible or Obsolete on Opening Day? Battery technology is changing. The new plant needs to be prepared.
Slow Progress in Mainstream Electric Vehicles. In price and range per charge, there's been little change in 15 years. Why?
Can a Charger "Electrify" Electric Car Sales? More 240-Volt outlets - home and public - might be the ticket to speed up EV adoption.
Question. What Happens to Jet Exhaust? Does it cause climate problems? We need to know.
Armchair Review: Ford's Greener Aluminum Pickup. Better fuel economy and a smaller carbon footprint.
The Most Important Climate Change Question: How Will Investors React? How will investors and businesses respond to limitations on emissions or business loss to a warming planet?
Armchair Review: Ford's Solar C-MAX Energi Concept. Will they build it? There'd be backlash from you know who.
80% Electricity from Renewables? It’s Possible, but Policy Prevents It. Our antiquated power grid needs modernization to meet the specific demands of renewables.
Hybrid Systems – The Next Step in Power Generation. Renewable/conventional power, like wind/diesel, is well suited for remote locations.
What's Your MPG? Fuel economy is up in the US. Great! Fuelly.com offers real world mpg.
What's New Inside? Southern California Edision Seeks New Generation Resources