A Myrtle Beach engineer explains why transitioning to more efficient light bulbs makes sense for America’s energy future.
Virginia’s republican governor understands the need to invest in clean energy resources and supports the policies to make it happen.
China is increasing it’s solar targets by 50%, and India is on pace to reach it’s aggressive 2020 solar targets. What are we doing to compete in the new clean energy economy?
PBS segment on 2011’s mindboggling weather and how a warming climate is the equivalent of atmospheric steroids:
High efficiency biomass plants are replacing coal in SC and saving businesses and tax payers money.
An article that looks into the future of wind energy, touching on possible trends for wind energy in 2012.
By David Cay Johnston, November 8, 2011, Reuters
America has the highest per capita energy use than any other country – but is all that energy use necessary?
Fracking has become a controversial issue – an opinion piece.
“Alternative Energy: Germany-based Mage Solar, a solar panel manufacturer, chose Dublin for its North American headquarters and manufacturing facility and expects to create 350 jobs and invest $30 million. Also Enfinity Corp. of Belgium, developer of solar photovoltaic solutions, put its American headquarters in Atlanta in March. Three other companies that expanded or located in the state include Georgia BioMass in Waycross (75 jobs), GE Energy in Marietta (400 jobs) and ZF Group in Gainesville (215 jobs).”