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What this grassroots uprising tells us about the future of energy.
"I'm not going to build new coal plants in today’s environment.”
Through university courses, conferences, and reports facilitated by academic staff, the utility industry and its trade association, the Edison Electric Institute, have boosted lobbying efforts targeting state government officials and decision makers.
We recognize that reducing CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels is a daunting task--a task that will take much more than
It's been nearly two years since the world's largest concentrating solar power plant, located near I-15 deep in California's Mohave Desert, celebrated its grand opening in February 2014.
Carbon dioxide emissions cannot be ignored! The truest environmental value would be to ditch these two coal plants altogether.
Management theory says, "Stick to what you know. Don't stray from you core business." That's all well and good, but what happens when the core is changing and it's no longer a reliable source of profit and continuity?
Waste Management: Turning Garbage Into Treasure Starbucks: Recycling Where It’s Impossible Nearly 70 percent of the trash
Believe it or not, the idea that investments in green cost too much upfront and don’t pay off in the end is a misconception
In 2012, a discussion on NPR's Morning Edition show confirmed what many of us already knew to be true: Americans eat a lot
Mark Jacobs, a top GOP contender for the seat of departing Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin (D), made more than $34 million as a top executive at Reliant Energy, while his company repeatedly suffered major losses, & at times avoided paying federal income taxes.
Iowa is a critical state in the 2014 midterms. The Senate electoral map has Democrats playing defense in many conservative
Vice Admiral Michele Howard, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, who was interviewed at ARPA-E by The Atlantic's Steve Clemons, gives us hope that diversity could be a secret weapon to shift calcified -- and white-male-dominated -- industries into innovation overdrive.
This month marks the anniversaries of two notable events, decades apart yet related in terms of historical impact, awareness of vulnerability, and challenge to business as usual: the Arab oil embargo 40 years ago and Superstorm Sandy, which hit the Northeast on Oct. 29 last year.
Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, American Electric Power -- the single biggest consumer of coal in the U.S. and a major Republican
As you reflect on the this year's Super Bowl, take a moment to think about the individual stadiums competing in the Solar Bowl. Their commitment to tap into our largest source of energy in the US -- solar energy -- is a clear example of how individual leaders are moving America forward.
In this new day of belt-tightening, collaborative technologies, open innovation and social media, there are people in every
As the solar market becomes even more developed we expect that barriers that once may have hindered more widespread acceptance will be reduced.