Even green projects have an impact on their surrounding environment.
Articles tagged "clean energy"
Two scientists have a plan to power 25 percent of the world with solar in just over a decade. Here's how it just might happen.
Shell's latest report says that solar will be the dominant source of power by the end of the century.
Climate change is running rampant, our politics are infected by moneyed interests, and corporations control our media. Al Gore sits down with Motherboard to explain two possible futures he sees for humanity.
Yeah, it wears them down faster, but the benefits outweigh the costs by far.
India is proposing a massive new solar power mega-plant—but could it be too big to be the true future of clean energy?
Jimmy Carter put the first solar panels on the White House in 1979. Ronald Reagan took them down a few years later. Now they're finally going back up.
Between now and 2015, China aims to quadruple the amount of solar power it produces. Yes, quadruple. By the time it's done, it will be pumping out almost enough solar power to run England.
Amidst the turmoil, Turkey is continuing an ambitious push to generate 30% of its power from clean source by 2030.
Republicans want to strip $911 million of investment in clean technologies and spend it on tanks. It's a terrible idea.
A turbine overhaul costs about two-thirds the price of a new turbine, which in this case run up to 200,000 euros a pop.
The recently approved Shuangjiangkou dam reaches a whopping 1,030 feet high.
After a billion dollars of Silicon Valley investment, Bloom Boxes are inching towards profitibility—and towards providing a reliable, low-emissions power source.
An all-solar airplane just flew from San Francisco to Phoenix
So what about the US? It remained in second place.
Striking at India for attempting to do the very same thing is incredibly short sighted, serving no one's long term interests.
This solar plant will run 10% of Mauritania.
This is such a radically different portraiture of Republicans than the one you get on the TeeVee.
Coal, nuclear, oil, wind, gas, solar—which one is going to kill you?
The future is coming, whether Donald Trump is ready for it or not.
Clean technology took over in 2012. And it's still rolling.
A brief history of solar powered islands.