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1. A Grand Vision of a Potential US Energy System
(Feed Articles / REW - Hydrogen Fuel Cell News )
... wind and solar electricity firmed and shaped with both grid-scale and distributed energy storage. I believe that we can reach a zero-air-pollution, coal-free, crude-import free, all-electric low-cost energy ...
To curb greenhouse gas emissions, nations, states, and cities should aim for a mix of fuel-saving, flexible, and highly reliable sources.
... Free Market for Electricity appeared first on IER.  ...
4. MIT to neutralize 17 percent of carbon emissions through purchase of solar energy
(Feed Articles / ENN - Environmental Science and Technology)
MIT, Boston Medical Center, and Post Office Square Redevelopment Corporation have formed an alliance to buy electricity from a large new solar power installation, adding carbon-free energy to the grid ...
... Much Solar Energy It’s Giving It Away for Free,” solar capacity from the country’s central grid has increased four fold to 770 megawatts since 2013. Another 1.4 gigawatts ...
6. A Grand Vision of a Potential US Energy System
(Feed Articles / REW - Hydrogen Fuel Cell News )
... wind and solar electricity firmed and shaped with both grid-scale and distributed energy storage. I believe that we can reach a zero-air-pollution, coal-free, crude-import free, all-electric low-cost energy ...
7. New approach to energy savings for supermarkets
(Feed Articles / ENN - Energy Research News)
The capacity to deliver continuous electricity for refrigeration is one of the central planks of the modern-day food distribution system.Using fossil fuel-generated energy to refrigerate and freeze ...
8. Hot and Cold Freezers
(Feed Articles / ENN - Energy Research News)
The freezers being tested in Central Park operate free of electricity — vendors can even charge their own mobile devices by plugging them into outlets attached to the freezer units.  ...
9. Hot and Cold Freezers
(Feed Articles / ENN - Environmental Science and Technology)
The freezers being tested in Central Park operate free of electricity — vendors can even charge their own mobile devices by plugging them into outlets attached to the freezer units.  ...
10. A Grand Vision of a Potential US Energy System
(Feed Articles / REW - Hydrogen Fuel Cell News )
... wind and solar electricity firmed and shaped with both grid-scale and distributed energy storage. I believe that we can reach a zero-air-pollution, coal-free, crude-import free, all-electric low-cost energy ...
11. Renewable Energy Standards Put On Hold in Ohio
(Feed Articles / REW - Bioenergy News)
Ohio can no longer be counted as one of the 29 U.S. states that is working to satisfy its renewable portfolio standard. Yesterday the Ohio general assembly approved a bill to freeze the standards for ...
12. A new twist on nanowires
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... panels. Being able to control the shape and composition of the wires as they grow could make it possible to produce very efficient collectors: The individual wires form defect-free single crystals, reducing ...
13. How 3-D Photovoltaics Could Revolutionize Solar Power
(Feed Articles / NewsVine - Alternative Energy Feed)
The Sun sends some 87 Petawatts of power our way and converting some small fraction of this into usable power is one of the key battlefronts in the fight to free the world from its addiction to oil. One ...
14. Electronics takes on a new spin
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... conductor, allowing electricity to flow freely. The key to understanding the properties of any solid material is to analyze the behavior of electrons within the material — in particular determining what ...
15. Important step toward computing with light
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... garnet to cover one half of a loop connected to a light-transmitting channel on the chip. The result was that light traveling through the chip in one direction passes freely, while a beam going the other ...
16. Educating young women, rebuilding Cambodia
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... the brightest students for admittance to the dormitories, but also those with leadership potential. Those chosen live — free of charge — in one of Harpswell’s two dormitories and leadership centers in ...
17. ‘Conserve, conserve, conserve’
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... For example, Sterman says, at an institution like MIT, when a researcher has to order a new piece of equipment for a lab — say, a freezer to store samples — the freezer’s cost comes out of the individual’s ...
18. Harnessing the Earth, the atom and the leaf
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... wind and solar power, a variety of carbon-free sources of energy — notably biofuels, geothermal energy and advanced nuclear power — are seen as possible ways of meeting rising global demand. But many ...
19. In the world: Design summit’s inventions find willing buyers
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... prototypes so they could make copies of the devices for themselves, Nagle says. “We’d actually make them a copy for free, but if somebody local wants to buy it so they can copy it, I like that kind of ...
20. Sun-free photovoltaics
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
A new photovoltaic energy-conversion system developed at MIT can be powered solely by heat, generating electricity with no sunlight at all. While the principle involved is not new, a novel way of engineering ...
21. Waste Heat Recovery: The Next Wave of Clean Tech
(Feed Articles / ENN - Energy Research News)
... the atmosphere and converts it into useable CO2-free electricity. This technology has a small footprint, approximately the size of a tractor trailer flatbed and interest in systems that use this energy ...
22. A labor of love
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... to the release of his new book, For the Love of Physics: From the End of the Rainbow to the Edge of Time — A Journey Through the Wonders of Physics (Free Press), written with Warren Goldstein. Many audience ...
23. New method found for controlling conductivity
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... — advantageous for operations near ambient conditions — but the principle should be applicable for high-temperature use as well. The process works because when the liquid freezes, the pressure of its ...
24. 2011 Toyota Sustainable Mobility Seminar
(Feed Articles / ENN - Environmental Science and Technology)
... pay a bit more for and how much it matters to us to be free to ‘put the pedal to the metal’. It’s like turning out the lights when you leave the room, we all know we should do it but don’t always stop ...
25. 2011 Toyota Sustainable Mobility Seminar
(Feed Articles / ENN - Energy Research News)
... pay a bit more for and how much it matters to us to be free to ‘put the pedal to the metal’. It’s like turning out the lights when you leave the room, we all know we should do it but don’t always stop ...
26. 2011 Toyota Sustainable Mobility Seminar
(Feed Articles / ENN - Top Environmental Stories)
... pay a bit more for and how much it matters to us to be free to ‘put the pedal to the metal’. It’s like turning out the lights when you leave the room, we all know we should do it but don’t always stop ...
27. Designing the hardware
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... teams as part of a “ubiquitous high-performance computing” initiative. Three of those teams are led by commercial chip manufacturers. The fourth, which includes researchers from Mercury Computer, Freescale, ...
28. Electrifying transportation: Devil is in the details
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... should extend into actual manufacturing, he said, there was a strong endorsement of continued government support for the development of petroleum-free transportation technologies. But much more than that ...
29. Holdren sees opportunities in energy challenges
(Feed Articles / MIT - Energy Research News)
... reduce the risks, he said. Showing a chart of costs and potential impacts of the different options for replacing portions of our fossil-fuel use with carbon-free alternatives, he pointed out that many ...
... which seek to generate renewable electricity from the nation's oceans and free-flowing rivers and streams. ...
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