Cemex Ventures invests in Energy Vault to support rapid deployment of energy store technology using concrete blocks

Energy Vault's breakthrough technology was inspired by pumped hydro plants that rely on the power of gravity and the movement of water to store and discharge electricity.

Stainless steel lends long life to Merkur wind farm structure

With offshore wind farms like Merkur expected to generate energy over an operating life of 25 years, operation and maintenance typically accounts for 15-25 percent of their total lifecycle cost.

Electric Vehicles: IDTechEx Research Forecasts $2.6 Trillion Market, Many New Sectors

olor changing cars, ones with energy storage bodywork, light-emitting glass that darkens at a touch? All have been demonstrated. Supercapacitor buses charging in 10 seconds?

Toward 100% Clean Energy: Two Million Solar Strong and Growing

Today, IREC proudly joins the collective voice of advocates and industry celebrating a milestone we have worked for 37 years to witness: two million solar installations now in the U.S.

LONGi 72 Bifacial Half Cell Module Achieves World Record with 450W Front-Side Power

On April 29, LONGi announced that the front side power of its 72-cell Bifacial half-cut module exceeded 450W, achieving the world's highest power in this module type. This new record was tested and verified by renowned certification agency TÜV-SÜD.

Sonoma Family Replaces Home Lost to Fire with BONE Structure Net Zero Energy Home

They could save you up to 90% on energy costs for heating and cooling. No mold, no moisture and no premature deterioration of materials, the homes are beautiful, solid and contemporary.

Energy-efficient building codes are a cost-effective foundation for rooftop solar

With the US building stock estimated to add a net average of 1.4 million homes each year, states will need to minimize their energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by focusing on effective building codes and standards.

U.S. Power in 2018: The Good, The Better, and The Gassy

The first numbers on last year's energy trends are in and there are two pieces of great news and one that should worry us: Solar and wind energy are thriving, coal-fired generation sunk to a four-decade low - but natural gas infrastructure is expanding.

Going Green: Homes with Solar Panels Sell for 4.1% More

A new Zillow® analysis shows homes with solar-energy systems sold for 4.1 percent more on average than others nationwide in the past year[ii]. The sale premium varies by market - 5.4 percent in New York, 4.4 percent in San Francisco and 3.6 percent in Los Angeles.

Deep Electrification Powered by Renewables Key for a Climate-Safe Future

New report by IRENA charts pathways to further accelerate energy transformation which meets climate objectives while creating jobs and fostering economic growth.

Majority of Consumers Zeroing in on Exactly How They Want to Use an Electric Car, New Survey from MINI USA Finds

When consumers were asked to choose an acceptable amount of time it should take to charge an EV, the most common answer (28 percent) was ''I don't know" followed by "30 minutes" (25 percent).

US wind power grew 8 percent in 2018 amid record demand

Annual market report shows a healthy wind industry delivered record US jobs, $1 billion in rural community and state payments last year

Renewable Energy Now Accounts for a Third of Global Power Capacity

The annual increase of 7.9 per cent was bolstered by new additions from solar and wind energy, which accounted for 84 per cent of the growth. A third of global power capacity is now based on renewable energy.

Drone Imagery for Solar with Scanifly

A drone with a LiDAR sensor mounted to it can capture reality using an array of lasers to acquire coordinates which create a point cloud. The point cloud is then used to create a 3D model.

Can We Turn Food Waste into Energy?

The potential of food waste being converted to energy is just being recognized. Why waste over 70 percent of the world's food by sending it into landfills, rather than harnessing it for energy?

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