Why Smaller Might Be Better for Concentrated Solar Power

Despite its big potential, concentrated solar power remains one of the most expensive mainstream options for generating renewable power. Rather than trying to catch up through technological breakthroughs, however, the CSP industry should turn to...

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A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Secretive Energy Startup Backed By Bill Gates Achieves...

A secretive startup backed by Bill Gates has achieved a solar breakthrough aimed at saving the planet.

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US Energy Dept. Has A Solar Power Message For Coal: Get...

Clean Power For someone who promised to revive the US coal industry, President Trump sure is letting Energy Secretary Rick Perry get away with murder. Coal power plants and coal producers have been dying off in growing numbers all during...

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Curious Nature: Do Solar Panels Continue To Shine In The ...

Solar panels are becoming more common in our community as a source of electricity. Colorado is known for 300 days of sunshine, which is ideal for solar panels to work. But as our days grow shorter in winter, do solar panels continue to be beneficial?

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Department of Energy Announces $128 Million in New...

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced selections for $128 million in new projects to advance solar technologies.

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Want To Go Solar In Kansas City? Here Are 5 Things You...

Residents in the Kansas City metro are increasingly choosing to power their homes with rooftop solar panels. It's a choice spurred by both the promise of lower monthly energy bills and concern for the environment. But barriers to "going solar"...

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Building A Brighter Economy With Solar Energy

Alaska is in a state of change - most strikingly evidenced by climate change and our economy. The economic recession- in part caused by and coupled with a decline in commodity pricing and generous tax structures - has lead to Alaskans leaving for ...

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Are You an Innovator? Join the Solar Prize Round 3...

The American-Made Solar Prize is welcoming a new group of competitors in the third round of the $3 million American-Made Solar Prize. Competitors have access to a diverse and powerful support network that leverages the expertise of national labora...

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SOLAR 2020 June 23-26, 2020 at George Washington University in Washington D.C. in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon . Call for participation now open. For more info, contact solar2020@ases.org.

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