U.S. Average Monthly Electricity Usage By State

In 2016, the typical American uses 41% of their energy on space heating, and 35% on appliances, electronics and lighting.…

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Are American Utilities Prepared For Electronic Vehicles?

Traditional automobile companies, such as Toyota, Nissan, BMW, GMC and Ford, along with nontraditional companies such as Google, Alphabet and…

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GREEN ENERGY TRENDS IN 2018

I am encouraged by the rapid advances in green energy over this year. What green energy advances could we anticipate…

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European Bank Invests In Global Solar Projects

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has provided U.S. $ 350 million in financing to support solar projects in India and…

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NEW GEOTHERMAL PLANT PROVIDES POWER TO CALIFORNIA

The Tungsten Mountain geothermal power plant, located in Nevada commenced commercial operation in December 2017. The geothermal power plant, built…

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Big Oil, Moving Into Renewable Energy

British Petroleum (BP) has purchased a 43% interest in Lightsource Renewable Energy for U.S. $200 million. Lightsource Renewable Energy is…

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$/kWh for Wind Energy

Wind Energy generated approximately 487 gigawatts (GW) of electricity in the world in 2016. PRC generated the most electricity from…

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$/kWh for Solar Energy

Solar Energy is generated from either a photovoltaic (PV) system or a concentrated solar power (CSP) system. PV systems use…

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$/kWh for Hydroelectricity

Hydroelectric Energy is the dominant renewable energy source in the world, supplying 71% of all renewable electricity. In 2015, hydroelectric…

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Carbon Footprint of Renewable Energies and Coal

RENEWABLE ENERGY – Twenty-two percent of the electricity generated in the world today is from renewable energy. Renewable energy includes…

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