The Latest Developments in the Electric Vehicle Industry

The electric vehicle market is performing better than ever before, averaging over 4,000 new registrations per month in 2017.

EY Survey Finds Us Consumers, Businesses Expect Massive Energy Transition in Next Decade

"Across the US, energy consumers are caught between two desires: protecting the environment while keeping energy costs in check," said Mitch Fane, US Energy Market Leader, Ernst & Young LLP.

Cracking the Code of Biomass Corrosion with HVTS

Biomass energy is a hot topic in our current climate. While some operators build new biomass-fired boilers, others retrofit old coal-fired boilers to burn biomass. Alcali- and sulfide-induced corrosion, however, has become a problem for many boilers.

Mitigating Frost Upheaval with Earth Anchor Mounting System

This technology allows a project to mitigate a lot of the typical pain points which are usually associated with solar ground mount installs making it faster and cheaper to install and with fewer assets required.

Sustainable, Conscious Capitalism: The Way Forward

Adopting conscious capitalism does not mean that you can't pursue profit. Rather, it focuses on profiting while considering the interests of all stakeholders (even the ones that can't speak for themselves, like the environment).

Benchmarking Commercial Building Energy Use Per Square Foot

In this article, we'll discuss the average commercial building energy consumption per square foot, and tell how to measure and compare your own usage with other buildings in your industry. Let's get started.

RE Royalties is Financing Renewable Energy Projects to Fight Climate Change

Unlike banks, fees do not generate the economics of our investment returns. We look for long-term partnerships with our clients because we work side-by-side in understanding their business and helping them achieve their goals.

What Is The Average Utility Cost Per Square Foot Of Commercial Property?

For most commercial buildings, energy is the single largest operating expense, most of which comes in the form of electricity. That being the case, the cost of utility-supplied power is of major concern to property managers searching for ways to lower costs.

Deep-Cycle Batteries used for Energy Storage

It is much more efficient to add energy storage closer to the point of use; such as with homeowners, subdivisions, communities, small towns and cities.

How are Tariffs Impacting the Wind Energy Industry?

As things stand right now, the wind energy industry isn't going anywhere but it will continue to struggle under these steel tariffs. If it costs more to build wind turbines, it will cost more to generate electricity and those costs will be passed on to the consumer.

What is the Future of Non-renewable Resources?

Only 10% of energy used in the U.S. comes from renewable sources-mostly hydroelectric energy. Worldwide, 85% of the energy comes from non-renewable sources. These sources, such as oil, natural gases and coal, will eventually be depleted.

Literal Solar Farms - When Agriculture and Solar Meet

The Nebraska-based business FarmAfield recently made headlines by winning a $200,000 federal grant to explore the feasibility of PV-integrated shade structures for cattle feedlots.

Four Reasons the Long Tail Installer Will Win

Independent contractors should be very confident their solar installation businesses are competitive with national solar installers and that their businesses are the future of residential solar.

Emerging Methods for Wind Turbine Operation and Maintenance

With the robust growth in the wind energy market, industry players have increased their focus on the optimization of O&M cost and aiming to sharpen their O&M strategies.

Car Insurance and Its Impact on Adoption of Electric Cars

Electric car insurance has also come down in cost because of a spurt in speciality mechanics to fix these cars and fewer complex moving parts that can be damaged compared with an engine. EVs are typically less likely to be stolen and more likely to be recovered in comparison

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