Readers Choice 2020: How Solar and Wind Energy Are Now Cheaper than Fossil Fuels

In two-thirds of the world, renewable sources of power are more affordable than carbon-based electricity. This shift represents a substantial victory for green energy, as it may offer the push the industry needs to become the new norm. Here's how this monumental shift happened.

Readers Choice 2020: Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries Are Uniquely Suited To Solar Energy Storage: Here's Why

New technology is inevitable, and like any industry, solar energy systems must be ready to adapt. One promising battery emerging is the lithium iron phosphate battery (LiFePO_4 battery).

How These Legal Firms Are Taking Action for Renewable Energy

Environmentalists most commonly focus on solar and wind energy, moving away from fossil fuels. However, they may encounter legal issues along the way.

Readers Choice 2020: New Technology Will Revolutionize Hydropower

Renewable power is right at our fingertips. With the help of new technology, water bodies like oceans, lakes and rivers can provide a substantial amount of clean electricity.

EV Automakers Must Plug into Creative Sources to Comply with the USMCA

The demand for lithium batteries is expected to grow tenfold by 2030. However, the U.S. will produce only 14% of the world's lithium-ion batteries by 2021. These batteries are needed to make electric cars.

How Effective Would Biden's Alternative Energy Legislation Be?

Would Congress Pushback on Biden's Environmental Efforts Hinder Alternative Energy Progress?

Successful Cybersecurity in Transmission and Distribution/Oil & Gas

An attack on the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system that operates an offshore rig, oil well, pipeline or refinery-or against enabled Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices that deliver monitoring data to such systems-can have devastating consequences.

Using Renewable Energy for LEED Certification

Growing knowledge of energy consumption's environmental impact has led to a sharp increase in demand for sustainable buildings. This shift has made sustainable certifications - like the LEED certification - a major draw for renters and investors.

The Promise of V2G Technology - and How It Could Accelerate the Clean - Energy Revolution

V2G or 'vehicle to grid' technology is not a new concept by any means, but it is nascent. Meaning, corporations are finally coming round to the idea of implementing it to more sensibly redistribute energy.

GE Renewable Energy Announces US Blade Recycling Contract with Veolia

Agreement involves using wind turbine blades to replace raw material for cement manufacturing -enabling a 27% net reduction in CO2 emissions from cement production.

5 Predictions for the Corporate Renewable Energy Market in 2021

The tech titans - Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft- have always been at the forefront of renewable energy procurement, and recently mid-sized companies like Salesforce have also pushed the industry forward.

The journey of LPG: From ground to the tank

As demand for LPG has grown in recent years, so has the need for facilities that can store and supply large volumes of this increasingly popular fuel.

Peachtree Corners Smart City and The Ray Install USA's First Road Surface Solar Panels on Autonomous Vehicle Lane

French-engineered road surface solar panels, the first in an American city, may power more parts of the city in the future - from streetlights to other city infrastructure, including backup for grid outages

Incorporating Alt Energy Into Urban Planning

By incorporating alt energy into urban planning, we can reduce pollution and carbon output, thereby making a difference on the state of the environment. But what exactly do energy alternatives in city planning look like?

The wind industry needs to invest in ageing fleets to avoid a steep decline in output and increased risk of catastrophic failure - ONYX InSight

As the industry takes an increasingly optimistic view of turbine life, there needs to be a more proactive approach to mitigating the risks of catastrophic failure and a decline in energy production.

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