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Bloomberg New Energy Finance Explains Why Cleantech Investment is Down
How does the big picture of cleantech investment look? Is it positive or grim? Luckily, we have Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) to…
What a Dish! Solar Energy Alchemy Creates Water
Two-for-one is usually a superior deal, especially when it comes to renewable energy and efficiency. And that’s what is happening with a new…
Can Green Energy Tax Cuts Help Beat Global Warming?
In this video interview, Rod Richardson, the blogger behind Green Energy Tax Cuts, puts forward a unique spin on the polarized politics and…
California Spearheads a Transportation Reformation to Curb Emissions
Transforming our transportation infrastructure won’t happen overnight. While policies improving the supply side are taking shape, our individual transportation choices can have a…
Los Angeles Celebrates Launch of Largest Municipal Solar Program in U.S.
As Angelenos look forward to sunny beach days ahead, they also should celebrate the city’s FIT program. It is a bright example for…
Masdar Switches on Africa’s Largest Solar Plant in Mauritania
Masdar, the clean energy company and eponymous “green city” based on the outskirts of Abu Dhabi, launched a $32 million solar plant in…
Shell 2012 Sustainability Report Promises Trust & Action on Environment
This week, Royal Dutch Shell released its 2012 Sustainability Report, which focuses on the environment and social issues around the world.
Could Switchgrass Replace Home Heating Oil in the Northeast?
Could switchgrass become a game changer in the northeastern U.S., where the cost of home heating oil makes for a costly winter year…
KLM Launches First Weekly Transatlantic Flight Using Biofuels
Last Thursday, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Flight 642 completed the first weekly flight from New York’s JFK Airport to Amsterdam using sustainable biofuels.
Guatemala’s Quetsol Campaigns to Change the Way Solar is Distributed
A small Guatemalan renewable energy company wants to change the way solar is sold to low-income rural families, saying that the popular and…
SOTU: Will Actions Follow Strong Words on Climate Change?
The New York Times reported this morning on a study showing that “of legislative requests presidents have made during the State of the…
Fact Check: Fox & Friends Hilariously Distort Reality of U.S. Solar
Fact check! Yesterday morning, Fox & Friends really stepped in it when they attacked the American solar industry.
It’s Official: More Wind than Natural Gas Installs in 2012
The U.S. wind power industry not only had its best year ever in 2012, but exceeded natural gas in the installation of new…
10 Sustainable Business Trends Underway in Detroit (Photo Tour)
Let me share some developments pointing to why I believe Detroit’s transformation is turning the city into an exciting sustainability laboratory.
V3Solar Claims Solar Cones Generate Electricity Cheaper Than Coal
V3Solar has released a new solar cones energy technology that the startup claims could be cheaper than coal.
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