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This thread is for those interested in pooling their efforts in researching the emerging energy revolution; fuel cells, solar, microturbines, bio-oil, smart grid, etc.

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16805Low-Priced Renewables Driving Change At US Utility Companies FacebookTwitterGooEric-last Tuesday
16804OK so I am leery of battery tech.. But the potential of solar is inescapable.. The Black Swan-November 13
16803Products and Technology Danish Tech Firm Looks to Batteries for Integrated WindEric-November 13
16802AECEA expects a total installed PV capacity in China of 120 GW in 2017 [graphicEric-November 13
16801Policy How the House Tax Bill Would Impact Wind, Solar, Electric Vehicles and UEric-November 9
16800France To Floating Offshore Wind Industry: You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet FacebookTEric-November 9
16799Industry Perspective Can India Lead the Global Minigrid Market Like China Did WEric-November 9
16798100% Global Renewable Electricity No Longer Flight Of Fancy, More Cost-EffectiveEric-November 9
16797Renewable energy for industry next big thing for Australia, says IEA By SophEric-November 9
16796Wind, solar costs continue fall, and fossil fuels can’t stop them By Giles PEric-November 9
16795October Winds Provide 189% Of Scotland’s Household Electricity FacebookTwitterGEric-November 9
16794GTM Research Spotlight House Tax Proposal Unsettles the US Wind Industry Eric-November 8
16793Lazard: Wind & Solar Power Costs Continue To Fall, Putting Coal & NucleaEric-November 8
16792Grid Edge Utilities See ‘Robust’ Spending on Grid Upgrades to Prepare for DistrEric-November 6
16791Gupta plans to take Sydney, Melbourne steel plants 100% renewable By Giles PaEric-October 31
16790Products and Technology MHI Vestas Picks Clemson for 9.5MW Turbine Testing, SigEric-October 31
16789Germans Could Be Paid to Use Electricity This Weekend By Jesper Starn Eric-October 28
1678820 watts per sq ft for the best solar cells. So when you add up the top of the Eric1October 28
16787Chevron, the world's largest producer of geothermal energy, managed to remaiTonnyman1October 27
16786Shale Industry Faces Stiff Headwinds As Rig Productivity Falls, Costs Rise Oil Doren-October 26
16785Solar car to recharge its batteries from sun's rays Eric, even if panels weDoren-October 26
16784Energy Storage Get Ready for Energy Storage Combinations We’ve Never Seen BeforEric-October 25
16783Developers Plan Wind Farms Off Jersey as Christie Era Ends By Joe Ryan Eric-October 24
16782My energy bill for September. Two people. Washing machine. Gas dryer. Cannot jDoren1October 23
16781India To Auction 4.5 Gigawatts Of Wind Power Projects By February 2018 OctoberEric-October 23
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