Unorthodox Forms of Alternative Energy

Not all of these technologies will make it out of the concept stage, and many are decades away from becoming practical. What may seem weird today might just be a reality in the future.

Intersolar North America 2014 - Special News Report

News announcements from show. Open for exhibitors - publish your news here.

Powering NASA'S Off-grid Operations

Planetary Power's HyGen is a complete reinvention of the diesel generator that combines innovations in renewable energy, battery storage and engine efficiency for a robust power generation platform.

Energy from Agricultural Waste

Even a small farmer could join a co-op and get in on this trend. These co-ops are growing and are being promoted by organizations interested in furthering the cause of renewable energy.

The Smart Grid And Multifamily Dwelling Challenges

We need to apply good systems engineering principles to policy creation to address the benefits gaps that confront multifamily stakeholders today.

Learn About Three New Finance Models for Non-Profits Wanting to Go Solar

REC Solar has developed new solar financing partnerships that are tailored to the needs of non-profits, such as churches, hospitals, HOA's, and charitable organizations.

Survival Strategies in the Atacama Desert: Chilean Lithium Miners Manage by Playing the Regs

Lithium is an essential component of batteries for small electronics and large electric vehicles as well as for materials for the housing and construction industry. In this interview with The Mining Report, economist Daniela Desormeaux, founder of signumBOX and widely quoted expert on industrial chemicals, shines a light on the lithium industry for investors looking for a new opportunity.

Energy Star Certified Homes in the US

Texas leads the ENERGY STAR certified homes in 2013 and continuing its leading position in Q1 2014.

U.S. Wind Industry First Quarter 2014 Market Report

The U.S. now has an installed wind capacity of 61,327 MW. There are over 13,000 MW currently under construction, an industry record.

Vocational Training for the Renewable Energy Industry

We are preparing our students for the careers of today and tomorrow. It may seem controversial to say but the truth is not everyone needs a college degree.

California Dreamin' Makes Hydrogen Future a Reality

Until the throughput at these stations increases with automakers rollout of their FCEVs in larger amounts, the state's subsidies and funding support are crucial and have helped make California an example to the world on how to move forward towards a cleaner transportation future.

Case Study - Windward Nazarene Bay View Golf Course

In total, the site connected 5 systems to 5 meters in order to generate over 85% of the net energy needed by the course.

Custodians Can Help Energy Companies Market Alternative Investments To Self-Directed IRA Investors

Not all custodians will accept IRAs that invest in alternatives but there are many that have specifically developed the expertise to serve this market.

Moving from Silicon Solar Cells to Thin Films - Studying the Changing Face of Solar Power

Though silicon cells dominate the current chapter of the solar power industry, the efficiency and cost effectiveness of thin film cells will surely succeed in the times to come to build a better environment, while fulfilling the energy needs of the consumers and industry.

Advantages of HDPV Inverters with Ampt Optimizers

The HDPV™ Alliance brings solar industry equipment manufacturers and solution providers together around a common vision for the development and adoption of lower cost and higher performance PV systems.

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