Will 2021 Challenges Slow the 2022 Renewable Energy Market?

Increasing costs are the result of converging factors, including decreasing supplies of key raw materials, changing logistics and shipping costs, and an unstable labor market. Here's a breakdown of the biggest factors affecting renewables right now.

Turning the Tide for Renewables in Alaska

NREL Tidal Research Reveals Opportunities for Rebuilding Alaska's Economy with Renewable Energy

How the Energy Industry Will Grow in 2020

Major shifts - including new technology, rising oil prices and a changing climate - are encouraging investors to look to new energy sources. In 2020, power consumption and the industry as a whole is expected to grow significantly.

Top Article from 2019 - Traffic Powered Wind Turbines

There are more than 2.5 billion cars, which generate wind turbulence. The same wind turbine which is responsible for huge windmill rotation can be replaced by small efficient traffic wind turbines.

Top Article from 2019 - Renewable Energy Strategy in the Middle East

There is an unbroken and even accelerating deployment rate of renewables on Middle Eastern grid systems. Through this diversification of energy generation the need for storage is the best way to mitigate between demand and production of intermittent energy.

Could Predictive Analytics Help Tesla Drop the Cost of the Battery Pack to $100 per kWh?

The battery pack cost of $100/kWh is a primary target for Tesla. To achieve this, the company must solve one of the world's most demanding technology challenges - and it is how to increase the volumetric energy density of battery cells while slashing production costs.

Electromobility - the Era of Smart and Clean Transport

Apart from government initiatives, proactive participation of the private sector will play a vital role in the growth of the electric vehicle market. Recently, German auto giant Volkswagen announced ambitious plans to electrify the car market.

Are We All Driving Teslas Now?

The current trials and tribulations faced by the motor sector have been well documented and it's perhaps here where the real reasons for the Model 3's impressive August SMMT figures lie.

Laws Helping to Tackle Carbon Emissions

As of June 27th, 2019, the UK government became the first major economy in the world to draft legislation pinpointing an end date to carbon emissions.

Providing Clean Energy to 7.7 Billion People in <30 Years

On the supply side we need to look at the notion of generate local, consume local. We can begin building micro-grids, or smaller fractal, self-similar grids that are composed into a larger grid infrastructure in economic industrial centers.

Tandem Solar Modules: One-Two Combination Packs a More Powerful Punch

Researchers engaged in the Capitano project are combining thin-film solar modules based on perovskite semiconductors with semiconductors made of copper, indium, gallium and selenium (CIGS).

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.

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

Best Emerging Technologies for Solar Energy

For example, scientists are currently researching a form of organic photovoltaics with a chemical additive which mitigates their fragile qualities.

30% of U.S. Counties are Suitable for On-Site Wind Energy Projects

For a Wind for Industry® project to be viable, the wind resource must be attractive, the factory must use enough energy, and the area grid pricing must exceed our projected rates.

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