Last week's UNEP FI conference, "The Tipping Point: Sustained Stability in the Next Economy" brought together over 500 participants, including senior finance executives and policy makers, and more than 100 speakers, including 20 CEOs and two former heads of government.
I don't think about my home in investment, payback, or IRR terms, but that's not to say it's bad to consider these things. For instance, you can renovate an old bathroom to make it usable, beautiful, or more efficient, but you can also renovate...
Nanosolar, which uses an innovative method to get roofs covered with solar panels, is busy outfitting Guard bases around the country. The nation's biggest energy consumer should be its biggest solar customer.
A $5.9 million research program seeks to cut the installation cost of solar in half for home systems by building standardized components for racking and wiring. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Green Tech.
PricewaterhouseCoopers report says others are poised to cash in on expected growth of solar energy in the U.S. in coming years unless U.S. companies take action. Read this blog post by Candace Lombardi on Green Tech.
Inhabitat interviews University of Maryland student designer David Gavin on the design of the Solar Decathlon prize winning WaterShed home, and how Building Information Modelling software helped bring this team to victory at the 2011 Solar Decathlon.
It suddenly started to get lively around me. A little boy just about dodged me and ran towards a rusty truck that had just arrived. More and more children followed suit. Although the vehicle did not have any logos or writing on them the children, that had by now gathered, knew that it was loaded with the waste from fast food chains.
Google-sponsored study from SMU finds that new techniques mean geothermal power can be done in many areas in the U.S. and supply a signficant portion of U.S. electricity in the future. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Green Tech.
Department of Energy plans to invest $60 million in research as part of an effort to reduce cost of solar in U.S. and reach six cents per kilowatt-hour by decade's end. Read this blog post by Candace Lombardi on Green Tech.
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