The PV Power Map is a monthly report of national irradiance levels as illustrated by solar power potential. Comparing November and December 2011, December shows slightly higher power production along the West Coast, reflecting the relatively mild, clear weather the region experienced that month.
Natural gas has has been selling at $2.50 in the U.S. at per million Btu, thanks to fracking. That’s after bouncing around between $3.50 and $5. Gas prices peaked at $13 in 2008. It’s still selling for $5 to $10 outside North America. Folks in the gas industry claim they can provide cheap fuel here [...]
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Dr. Dan Arvizu has been the Director and Chief Executive of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) since January 15, 2005. NREL, in Golden, Colorado, began operations in 1977 and is the DOE’s primary laboratory for energy efficiency and renewable energy research and development. NREL is operated for DOE by [...]
The rich state incentives that drive deployment of solar energy solutions in the majority of America’s lower 49 don’t exist in Alaska, whose oil-rich resources are legendary.
The favorite new topping for green business consultant Art Krebs’s Dunkin Donuts – it’s a new kind of glaze called solar photovoltaics.