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Over 30 years ago, a radioactive release 10 times larger than the Hiroshima bomb forced hundreds of thousands of people to permanently evacuate the Chernobyl nuclear reactor. Now the abandoned site is about to start generating power again. But instead...
Market studies over the last year reveal major price cuts for solar energy at a global level. As far as new installations go, prices have fallen by 26 percent on average, though in some areas, they got much lower....
Don’t believe the fake news hype about cheap coal and natural gas! A new report out by energy industry experts, Lazard Associates, shows that wind power and solar power are now the lowest cost energy resources – period. In its annual...
A new type of window developed by scientists works sort of like transitions lenses—the ones you can wear indoors or outdoors without scrambling between clear and tinted glasses in order to see—but the device generates electricity. And, it could help power...
With the ongoing decline of solar energy costs and now a favorable ruling by Michigan regulators recognizing its ability to produce valuable energy during peak times, advocates say the sector is poised for growth here. Moreover, solar advocates at the...
GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)– A team of Colorado researchers may have revolutionized the way buildings are constructed and harness the power of the sun. “This was somewhat of an accidental discovery maybe about a year ago,” said Robert Tenent, the Window...
China and India are two of the largest economies in the world and their economic development has primarily been fuelled by coal. China burns out the most coal in the world with its consumption level at 49% and its...
As compared to natural intelligence (NI), which describes the human capacity to perform both daily and complex tasks, artificial intelligence (AI) instead describes the completely autonomous behavior of computer systems. Equipped with the sensor technology to determine tasks that...
Based upon ambitious targets in renewables, India is increasing its total installed capacity in solar and wind energy via higher investments and research collaborations. India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has set itself huge renewable energy growth targets....
About a month ago, PJ Wilson arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where 3.4 million people were left without power after hurricanes Irma and Maria. Wilson, the former director of Renew Missouri, noticed immediately that many residents were suffering from...
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