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New Globalization Might Have Major Climate Consequences

The researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and partners in China and the U.S have identified “a new phase of globalization. This new kind of globalization is a trade between developing countries,...

2017 Yielded Some Impressive Renewable Energy Related Job Numbers

It’s always a great sign when the numbers of people employed in renewable #energy related jobs goes up each year. That often means more people of influence are aware that lessening our dependence on...

Increased Solar Generation could help US Wholesale Electric Prices Fall

If the world increases #solar generation by 40 or 50 percent of the total generation, then wholesale #energy prices can drop by about as much as $16 per megawatt-hour or 25%. This study was released...

Rooftop Solar Has Potential to Power 75 Percent of US Homes

A recent study by National Renewable #Energy Laboratory (NREL) has demonstrated that #solar energy could power roughly 75 percent of United States homes. The study has been funded by the Solar Energy Technologies Office...

Solar Could Be Used in Smart Windows

Clearly, concerns such as climate change are very real. Equally as big of a problem is the fact that we aren’t solving it fast enough with current technology. This is where organic semiconductors come...
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