We're going to run out of any kind of fossil fuels, so we need to move on to a renewable source.
The 2014 EIA Conference addressed the state of energy in the US and foreign markets with policy analysis, projections and plenty of line graphs. We caught up with a few of the panelists to discuss a variety of topics.
Biofuels have us making energy from all sorts of substances, but Duke University researchers are taking waste-to-energy literally with fuel from pig poop.
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It's hard to get enough solar into a city using the available land - Meghan Chappel explains how working outside the city can make the difference.
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GW's new solar power buy is a big deal with a big impact. Take a look at the numbers behind the biggest deal of its kind.
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GW is showing how a dense urban campus can go solar in a big way.
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Kathleen Merrigan explains how using solar in the city is helping open up new opportunities out on the farm.
How do you get solar in a city? You build in the country, in a move that could become a trend for urban campuses.
John Motter, farmer and director of the United Soybean Board, thinks we can replace petroleum products with biobased materials.
It turns out you can do a lot with a little bean. Hear from the experts on how biobased products can replace petroleum and break new ground.
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Biobased alternatives to petroleum products are numerous but not everyone is aware of them yet - read up on the Biobased Stakeholders Dialog, where creators and consumers came together to discuss these products.