Solar Power Is Africa’s Future

The population of the continent of Africa is estimated to be 1,302 million people. A study by the World Bank…

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Twilight Of Nuclear Power

The Idaho National Laboratory plans to provide guided tours of the first nuclear reactor to produce utility scale electricity. The…

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Illinois Set For Significant Solar Growth

On December 7, 2016, Illinois legislators passed the Future Energy Jobs Act. The legislation was intended to move the state’s…

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High Cost of Nuclear Power

Nuclear power provides approximately 20% of the United States electrical power. Nuclear power plants don’t emit greenhouse gases, unlike power…

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Developing America’s Geothermal Potential

In 1960, Union Oil of California developed the largest geothermal power plant in the world. This plant is located in…

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New Jersey Supports Solar

New Jersey’s Assembly and Senate have recently passed a bill that will accelerate the use of solar energy. The bill…

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Florida Utility Optimizing Solar Energy Center

Florida Power & Light (FPL) has installed a battery system at the Citrus Solar Energy Center that optimizes the energy…

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Renewables Pass Coal In Europe

In the European Union (EU), electrical power generated from renewable energy (wind, solar and biomass) now exceeds electrical power generated…

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New Jersey Rejoins Carbon Cap and Trade Program

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced his state is rejoining the multi-state, bipartisan effort to reduce carbon pollution, known as…

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