Hillary Clinton’s paid speeches – a ‘secret’? – not any more. But how much she was paid for each speech? According to The Guardian – ‘her minimum fee was $225,000 per speech’ and her hosts make a long list of … Continue reading →
Renewable energy credits from wind turbine are supporting education The wind turbine on the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes has yielded many benefits in its first four years of operation, including generating clean energy for the … Continue reading →
New power plant design to expand use of geothermal energy in the U.S. Video: Gilley, S., and Bielicki, J (2013). “Geothermal Energy: Enhancing Our Future.” Online video. www.energypathways.org and YouTube. YouTube , 1 Dec. 2013. Web.
When Michigan State University’s Wolfgang Bauer travels past unused farmland in Michigan, he sees untapped energy resources and opportunities for tremendous economic development. Bauer studies the ways in which renewable energy from animal waste, energy crops like corn or switch … Continue reading →
UD’s Rosenthal receives postdoctoral award in environmental chemistry Chemist Joel Rosenthal, whose work in renewable energy focuses on the use of solar energy to convert carbon dioxide into synthetic liquid fuels, has been awarded a highly competitive grant to add … Continue reading →
Wind energy is one of the cleanest forms of renewable energy along with solar. This is the main reason why wind turbines were some of the very first form of clean energy producers adopted not only by governments, but also … Continue reading →
Advanced solution combines big data analytics and weather modeling technology to predict output of individual wind turbines ARMONK, N.Y., – 12 Aug 2013: IBM today announced an advanced power and weather modeling technology that will help utilities increase the reliability … Continue reading →
Berkeley Lab Researchers Report First Fully Integrated Artificial Photosynthesis Nanosystem In the wake of the sobering news that atmospheric carbon dioxide is now at its highest level in at least three million years, an important advance in the race to … Continue reading →