renewable energy

Keep It Green
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Magnetic bars across roadways and pick-up coils in bottoms of cars. Coils of wire cutting magnetic lines of force generates electricity to recharge battery packs. No need to stop at recharging stations. Charge while you drive. Magnets can be... Read More
Critical materials, including rare earth elements (REE) and strategic metals, are essential for technologies used in a variety of applications such as cell phones, computers, cars, airplanes, batteries, and renewable energy systems – and therefore... Read More
OpenEI.org (Open Energy Information) is built on a linked, open-data platform to facilitate the exchange of renewable energy information by members of its community. Similar in scope to Wikipedia, OpenEI encourages contributions from its users,... Read More
Member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)
In his State of the Union address, President Obama called for an investment in clean technology. SunRun is one business that is leading the way to making solar affordable to everyone. Check out this conversation with the company's Co-Founders.... Read More
Member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)
50% of the electricity in the U.S. is currently generated from coal. Coal power plants emit CO2, produce solid waste, and are highly toxic to people living close by. It's time to change the story of coal with clean, renewable energy.
The damages caused by oil spills and coal mining applications have contributed to the problems that the world is facing nowadays. Ecological disasters such as these bring serious effects to ecosystems and wildlife species. It is evident that world’s... Read More
Secretary of Energy Steven Chu spoke at the National Press Club this week and sparked conversation about alternative energy by claiming that the U.S. faced a “Sputnik” moment. He argued that it is not too late for the US to once again become the... Read More
Sungevity
Would you install solar panels on your roof if there were no upfront costs and just a small monthly fee? Watch and learn more>>

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