One World, No Plan B: Global Climate Change Protest

Coronavirus Hinders States’ Climate Change Goals

COVID-19, the Novel Coronavirus, has disrupted virtually all typical ways of living across the United States. Before the onset of the Coronavirus, climate change appeared...
Questing for Green Energy Glory at Tokyo 2020

Japan’s Quest for Green Energy Glory at Tokyo 2020

Recent weeks have seen the news emerge this year’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been postponed. This is a big story within the renewable...
Oil and Gas and Power Generation Companies Increasing Solar Share in Their Portfolio

Report: 38 Percent Energy CFOs Say Solar Will Be the Most Dominant Form of...

In a new study, Energy Goes Green, released by BDO, energy sector CFOs reported that solar power will be the most dominant form of...
Coronavirius Hits Solar Panel Market

Coronavirus Hits Solar Panel Market

Solar panels prices, production, and supply are poised to continue to be in turmoil in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19),...
Solar-Plus-Storage Microgrids to Power the Bahamas During Hurricane Dorian

Seven Solar-Plus-Storage Microgrids Live in the Bahamas; More to Come

Hurricane Dorian all but devastated the Bahamas in September, the lightly populated island of Abaco being hit the worst. It wasn’t long thereafter that...
Solar Panels Electrifying Mining Sites to Accelerate Energy Transition, Reducing Carbon Footprint

Newmont Goldcorp’s All-Electric Borden Mine Marks Landmark in Major Miners’ Clean Energy Transition

Leading multinational mining companies have been stepping up their investments in and deployment of on-site solar, battery energy storage and hybrid natural gas power...
Solar Power Costs Drop Below Natural Gas Generation in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian Solar Power Set to Surge as Costs Drop Below Natural-Gas Generation

Southeast Asian nations are stepping up plans to invest in and deploy solar power as the cost has dropped below that for gas-fired power...
Opening up Namibia’s National Electricity Market to Solar and Renewable Power Producers

Namibia Sets a Foundation for Sustainable Solar, Renewable Energy and Socioeconomic Development

New solar energy markets and industry are emerging worldwide as costs continue to decline, performance improves, supply chains expand, solar-plus-storage systems march towards economic...
Agrivoltaic Energy System Practice on Farmland: Incorporating the Benefits of Solar Power

Agrivoltaic Research, Applications Could Reconcile Trade-Offs at the Water-Food-Energy Nexus

A growing body of scientific research and real-world applications at the water-food-energy nexus is revealing that solar panels and photovoltaic (PV) energy systems on...
Aerial View of Bonaire—Divers Paradise

Caribbean Island Rolls Out Battery Energy Storage System, Looks to Add Solar on Path...

Grid power and electricity service on the Caribbean island of Bonaire has improved substantially as a result of the addition of a new, smart,...

Nevada Utility NV Energy Goes “Solar Plus Storage” in a Big Way

Customers of Nevada utility NV Energy are going to be getting a lot more electricity from utility-scale “solar plus storage” power plants in the...
Solar Desalination System to “Green” Drought-Stricken Namibia

No Batteries Needed: Can Low-Cost Solar Desalination System “Green” Namibia’s Desert Coast?

Water quality and scarcity is a growing issue the world over, including in Namibia, which has been struggling to cope with a prolonged drought...

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