Andrew Burger

Andrew Burger

Andrew is a researcher, reporter, writer and editor whose work spans the fields of energy, science, technology, sociology, finance and political economy. He has a degree in geology, a master's in finance and has completed postgrad studies in international governance for biodiversity.
The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation

Solar, Renewables, Energy Transformation Reshaping the Geopolitical Landscape

Solar energy investments and usage have grown fast and spread worldwide in recent decades, so much so that they’re influencing and reshaping the geopolitics of…
Gaf’s Decotech Line of Rooftop-Integrated Line of Solar PV Systems

A New U.S. Solar Market Force Aims to “Generate Energy from Every Roof”

U.S. solar growth prospects received what could be a substantial boost recently when Standard Industries announced the launch of a new unit, GAF Energy, that “will…
Solar and Wind Complementarity Tripling Power Output in Texas

Tripling Firm Solar, Wind Energy Output in Texas by Capitalizing on “Complementarity”

Co-locating or integrating distributed solar and wind power resources to maximize their output and contributions to electricity transmission and distribution grids isn’t a new idea.…
Primary School Children in Kenya Holding Solar Lights

December Caps a Bright, Busy Year for Off-Grid Solar in Sub-Saharan Africa

Smart, off-grid solar energy power generation and distribution continues to gain traction across Sub-Saharan Africa, attracting interest from national and multilateral development agencies, international investors,…
Freedom Forever Offering Flexible Residential Solar Photovoltaic (PV) System Ownership Financing Packages

California-based Solar Finance-Installation Company’s Revenues Soar 3,000 Percent in Three Years

Freedom Forever doubled its revenues in 2018, breaching the $100 million mark for the first time in the company’s seven-year history. Revenues have soared 3,000…
Sheep Graze Under the 35th Street Solar Array at Oregon State University

Solar Fields of Green: Researchers Find Symbiosis at the Food-Water-Energy Nexus

Researchers around the world are discovering a variety of benefits resulting from installation of photovoltaic (PV) solar energy systems on farms and ranch lands, as…
Stanford University’s Electricity – 100% Carbon-Free Goal

Stanford University’s Electricity Will Be Completely Carbon-Free 24 Years Ahead of California’s 100-percent Goal

Individuals and organizations across California continue to lead the transition to a cleaner, healthier energy future. A world-renowned research university located in the heart of…
Getting Solar Power is Cause for Celebration in Rural African Communities

Taking a Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Catalyze Solar, Sustainable Energy Access in Rwanda, Sub-Saharan Africa

Researchers from Colorado State University (CSU) are working with counterparts from the University of Rwanda to build an African Center of Excellence in Energy for…
Distributed Solar and Other Energy Intersects and Overlaps With Blockchain-Based Distributed Ledger Technology

Digital Data “Tokenization” and the Drive to Develop Decentralized Solar, Renewable and Hybrid Energy Transaction Networks

There has been lots going on at nexus where distributed solar, other renewable and conventional power and energy intersects and overlaps with blockchain-based, distributed ledger…
Togolese Solar Mamas Successfully Install a Solar System - Making Their Village Clinic Off-Grid

UK’s BBOXX Emerges as Key Player in Togo’s Solar-Fueled Electrification Drive

UK-based mobile-pay-go solar energy start-up BBOXX is taking a big step up in class as it expands in Togo as a key partner in the…
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