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In an effort to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the University of Notre Dame has added three underground geothermal fields. The South Bend, Indiana, school reports that one field is up and running, with the other two expected to be fully...
Humans must start removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as soon as possible to avoid saddling future generations with a choice between extreme climate change or spending hundreds of trillions of dollars to avoid it, according to new research. An...
The eclipse set to darken skies next month threatens to sideline solar farms and rooftop panels in a wide swath of the U.S., wiping out enough power generation to supply about 7 million homes. This rare event, during which the...
China may be the planet's biggest polluter but it's also powering ahead of other countries on renewable energy. More than 2.5 million people work in the solar power sector alone in China, compared with 260,000 people in the U.S., according...
A major solar power project in the Middle East will provide electricity during the night, the developers have said. The $1bn (£770m) scheme will provide up to 200 megawatts to the grid in Dubai between 4pm and 10am, according to...
This September marks the 15th anniversary of the first Roomba — but in spite of the device’s massive popularity, no companies have managed to successfully follow in its footsteps with another mainstream home robot. The Tertill, however, could be...
Electric services provider, Duke Energy Corporation, recently revealed its plans of constructing three solar facilities in Northern Kentucky. These solar units will incorporate 31,500 solar panels and generate over 6.8 megawatts (MW) of electricity. Notably, these stations will directly...
The US-based masterminds behind a cutting edge block-chain-enabled microgrid in Brooklyn have unveiled their first project on Australian shores – a New TransActive Grid in South Australia that they say could herald the start of an industry-changing, renewable energy...
The New York Times reported earlier this month about how utilities around the country, and their trade group the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), have worked to weaken rooftop solar policies in an attempt to stave off the threat to...
A1A Solar Contracting will install 5,472 solar panels on the new IKEA store in Jacksonville, making it the largest rooftop solar array in Florida. The project, scheduled for completion in mid-October 2017, provides up to 50% of the building’s power...

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