Should America Subsidize Coal & Nuclear Power?

On June 1, 2018, President Donald Trump sent Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry a directive to take immediate action to…

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Encouraging American Solar Innovation

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a competition for innovation in solar energy. The contest is entitled the…

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Drones Improving Solar Park Performance

DroneDeploy has announced the launch of real-time mobile thermal imaging mapping. The software, Thermal Live Map visualizes temperature range variability…

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Global Energy Report

The 2018 Global Status Report by Renewable Energy World documents that the move from fossil fuel to renewable energy in…

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Electric Vehicle Evolution

Automobile, technology and energy companies have been investing billions of dollars in electric vehicle (EV) research and development. Independent research…

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U.S. Offshore Wind Update

The first offshore wind farm in the United States began operation of the coast of Rhode Island in December 2016.…

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Yuba River Hydroelectric Project

In April 2014, the Yuba County Water Agency (YCWA) filed an application for the relicensing of the Yuba River Hydroelectric…

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Drones On Solar Farms

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), new solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity around the world reached over 74,000 MW in…

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Oldest US Nuclear Plant Closing

Exelon Generation Company has filed a plan to close the Oyster Creek nuclear power plant with the United States Nuclear…

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Europe’s Growing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Vattenfall is expanding installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the United Kingdom (UK). The company currently operates 9,000…

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