On a small Danish island a group of potato farmers have turned into power brokers, owning the wind turbines that have made their island a net energy producer.
What makes a winning Solar Decathlon design? One author offers his opinion.
The rotted residue of primeval swamp goo—a cubic mile of oil costing $3.5 trillion that the world burns each year, plus three cubic miles of coal and gas—is becoming no longer economic.
A small town in Austria that had no significant industry or trade business is now thriving thanks to local renewable resources.
Germany is only expected to install 3.9 gigawatts of solar in 2013, down from 7.5 last year. That means we Americans might finally install more solar in a single year.
In part two of lowering the costs of solar PV, we take a look at reducing financing and installation labor costs.
One answer to dropping costs of solar PV is in the soft numbers—all the non-hardware-related costs of installing such a system.