Do The Math goes in depth to break down its solar panel set up atop its roof, showcasing everything you’ll ever want to know about how this technology and more.
Do The Math does an exhaustive look at the home energy usage patterns of its author, showcasing how energy is really consumed in the home.
Do The Math does some natural gas measurements via a laser-phototransistor gauge to test how efficient it is to heat water.
Do The Math offers a honest, in-depth evaluation of solar power from space and the giant hurdles such a scheme would face.
Do The Math breaks down the mathematics around different forms of marine energy, including thermal gradients, currents, and waves whipped up by winds.
Do The Math breaks down the issues around geothermal power as a possible role player in satisfying our current global demand for cleaner energy sources.
In this installment, Professor Tom Murphy does the math on tidal power to determine if it fits in the “abundant,” “useful” or “waste of time” box.
Who will win when Professor Tom Murphy does the math in a showdown between wind power and solar power?
Do The Math breaks down the intersection of solar power and electric cars, looking at what’s really necessary to make this type of technology combination work.
Do The Math gives us a peek behind the curtain of biofuels, breaking down by the numbers whether or not this form of clean energy can lessen dependency on fossil fuels.
Do The Math takes a look the need to respond to a diminishing flow of fossil fuel energy in the short-term and how it will determine whether we transition to a sustainable but technological existence or allow ourselves to collapse.