We see a lot of analyses and projections showing why renewables, despite their rapid growth will not be able to provide sufficient energy to allow us to get off fossil [...]
Guest blog by Katie Kross, Managing Director of the Center for Energy, Development and the Global Environment (EDGE), Duke University Social entrepren ...
Guest Blog by Brendon Steele, Senior Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Future 500 (3BL Media/Justmeans) – In recent years, increasingly savvy NGO ...
I’ve written a number of articles here on the subject of video). The bike, which is not yet available for sale, is what the company is calling Jeff Richlen, Harley’s lead engineer [...]
We have, over the past couple of weeks, written about the impact of the rapid growth renewables, particularly, rooftop solar, on the economic outlook for electric utilities. First we described [...]
We ran a piece a week ago about ACEEE) also puts these concerns into perspective. The study “estimates future electric sales under several scenarios, concluding that in the coming two decades [...]
Researchers at Rice University have recently announced a new flexible battery based on nanoporous nickel fluoride. There are several characteristics of this battery that make it interesting, and potentially quite [...]
The 2014 list of the Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations in Canada has been announced by Sustainalytics, a global ESG research and analysis firm. This sixth annual lineup highlights Canada’s [...]
In an effort to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions, carmakers have turned to electrification, both in the form of hybrids, as well as battery electrics and fuel cell [...]