Plain old photovoltaic panels and innovations in energy storage and distributed generation could remake our electricity system.
by Judith Lewis Mernit,
Jan 22, 2014
The small Danish island of Samso runs entirely on renewable energy. The West could do the same.
by Randy Udall,
Mar 02, 2009
President Obama's economic plans need to include a truly audacious vision for renewable energy.
by John Horning and Jeremy Nichols,
Mar 05, 2009
With the demand for renewable energy growing and the costs
falling, solar and wind power have moved out of the realm of
idealism into that of the marketplace
by Laura Paskus,
Dec 12, 2005
BLM flip-flops on solar and expedites oil and gas; Western Governors’ Association talks about energy; more fossil fuel risks; good (and bad) salmon news.
by Ray Ring,
Jul 20, 2008
As solar power becomes more popular, planners wrestle with
builders over aesthetics
by Isabelle Groc,
Jul 23, 2007
T. Boone Pickens is now boosting alternative energy, but Ray Ring trusts him about as far as he could throw a modern-day wind turbine.
by Ray Ring ,
Jan 29, 2009
Two new companies have proposed building the largest solar
power plant in the world near Deming, N.M.
by Stephanie Paige Ogburn,
Jun 12, 2006