Ed Kennedy

Ed Kennedy is a journalist and web developer from Melbourne, Australia. A keen technologist passionate about emerging digital and renewable energy solutions, Ed has written for newspapers across his native Australia, the wider Asian region, Africa and Latin America. Ed holds an educational background in public policy and law having studied at Monash University and Victoria University, and his academic qualifications continue to inform his day to day work as he seeks to identify and drive discussions surrounding common-sense solutions to contemporary public challenges.
Solar and Renewable Energy Deployment to Public Housing

Solar Power to Benefit Thousands of Public Housing Residents in the U.S. State of Rhode Island

A solar plan will deliver solar power to thousands of public housing residents in Rhode Island, saving $30 million over the next 20 years.
Engineer Inspecting Solar Panel Arrays

The Quest to Make Solar Panels Last Longer

What longer-lasting panels could mean for consumers? How utilization of gallium can prolong the life of panels? What're the hurdles ahead?
Integration Between Solar Power and AI for Smart Cities

The New Pathways for Partnership for Solar and Artificial Intelligence

The integration between solar and AI is promising with some processes already in use. But what's the crucial hurdle for a greater uptake?
Home Solar Battery Storage System

Batteries Helping Build the Next Generation of Solar Use

Solar battery storage will play an increasingly important role in better energy management, smoothing the energy transition process.
SST’s SPS-ALPHA (Solar-Powered Satellite by Means of Arbitrarily Large Phased Array) Platforms

Building the Next Era of Solar in Space

The past decade has seen solar power boom in popularity here on Earth. In the decade ahead we can expect a boom in space activity…
Nuclear Tower and Solar Panel Arrays

Can Solar Power Substitute Nuclear Energy in Japan's Future?

The Japanese government announced in April the approval of plans to release over 1 million tonnes of nuclear waste into the ocean. It’s no surprise news…
Solar Panels at Night Under the Moon

Embracing the Dark Side: The Science Behind Solar Panels Drawing Energy at Night

It’s common knowledge how solar panels work in the day. An average person on the street will be able to tell you they harvest light…
Crowdfunding Driving a Decentralized Solar Power Network

Will Crowdfunding Be Solar's New Champion?

In many nations around the world, the pace of large-scale investment in solar is not keeping up with public demand. Everyday citizens not only want…
Solar Panels at an Oil Field

Using Solar to Produce Oil: A "Bridge" to Sustainability or Simply Unethical?

The shift away from fossil fuels like oil towards reliance on renewables like solar will be decisive in many nations during the 2020s. By the…
Indonesia's Solar Superpower Debate

Can Indonesia Realize Its Future as a Solar Superpower in Asia?

Indonesia is often called the “Sleeping Giant” of Asia. Countless words are written every year forecasting the future of China and India as economic giants.…
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