California Is Abandoning Fossil Fuels

The population of California is currently estimated to be 39.78 million people. In July 2018, the power plants used fossil…

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Grading Each State’s Greenness

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) has released a rating for each U.S. state’s renewable energy programs. The IREC is…

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Portland’s Renewable Energy Vision, Commitment or Humbug?

On June 1, 2017, Portland’s City Council unanimously approved Resolution 37289, committing our city to meet 100 percent of our…

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U.S. Government Energy Storage Research Grants

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded ten research grants on long-term energy storage. The research is designed enable…

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United Kingdom’s Electric Vehicle Movement

Over 3.5 million diesel fueled vans are now operating in the United Kingdom. The Clean Van Commitment (CVC) is the…

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Capabilities of California’s Power Grid

Next 10, a nonprofit organization have released reports on the future challenges to California’s power grid. The reports evaluate how…

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Who Will Dominate America’s Electric Vehicle Charging Stations?

In the United States, there are over 105,000 gas stations. Ten companies own over half of America’s gas stations. The…

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New York’s Insightful Offshore Wind Program

The state of New York has set an aggressive, but realistic target of developing 2,400 MW of capacity from offshore…

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US Wind Energy Surging

On June 30, 2018, wind farms in the United States reached a record 90,000 MW capacity. The demand for wind…

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Hoover Dam Hydroelectric Upgrades

The Hoover Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam, located on the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona. The dam commenced…

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