Saturday, May 18, 2024

Tag: renewable energy

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Eat your vegetables!

When my cousin was five, he hated peas. Passionately. I remember one family dinner at my grandmother’s house where he had consumed everything on...

Summer of blackouts

Two-thirds of North America could face power shortages this summer during periods of extreme electricity demand and spiking temperatures, the nation’s grid reliability monitor...
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ULI gives guide to going green

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) recently released a report titled Renewable Energy Strategies for Real Estate. The report provides an introduction to different approaches...

Absolute zero

Decades of underinvestment and underbuilding continue to deepen a national housing shortage decoupled from demand since the 1980s. This was recently underscored by a...
renewable energy for net-zero buildings

Five technologies that will enable net-zero for buildings

With the Biden administration setting aggressive goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, building owners and operators should expect increasing emphasis on energy efficiency in...

The new energy agenda

Fighting climate change is at the forefront of President Joseph Biden’s $2 trillion renewable energy plan. While legislation will be required to fully implement...

When is the price of renewables prohibitive?

The annual worldwide investment in energy is more than $1.7 trillion: $650 billion in oil and gas, $300 billion in renewable electricity, and more...

Solar: At what cost?

Finding cheaper sources of power is a no-brainer in any circle. Many in the solar business have learned that to get communities, investors and...

Why is Apple getting into the energy business?

Your company may not be going as fully or directly into the business as Apple, but you may soon want to join the ranks...

Walking on sunshine

The recently released MIT study, “The Future of Solar Energy,” takes an in-depth look at the solar power industry, and provides up-to-date information on...

Change is coming

Coal formed the foundation of American industrialization in the 19th century. Between 1850 and 1900, coal's consumption in America rose from 10 percent to...

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