The National Renewable Energy Laboratory talks about renewed interest in a method to produce fuels using only sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide as inputs.
The Energy Information Administration adds in behind-the-meter systems to its solar power total, boosting estimated U.S. capacity to at least 3,536 megawatts.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory reports on how more and more students inside are getting a wide spectrum of knowledge about solar energy.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory takes a look at some of the tools necessary to understand wind farm performance.
Is it any time to be opening a solar manufacturing plant? It is for Semprius, which boasts CPV modules with 33.9 percent efficiency.
A 200-meter weather mast in Germany is being used to gain a better understanding of wind behavior at the heights where today’s tall turbines spin.
After years of planning, the historic Alcatraz prison in San Francisco Bay is now powered by solar panels – as long as they’re kept clear of bird droppings, that is.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory reports on special GPS technology that is helping solar power plant operators more easily find issues in large solar panel grids.
A National Renewable Energy Lab analyst determines that U.S. solar generation is actually at least 2.6 times greater than we’ve been told.
The EPA and NREL join forces to help communities and landowners evaluate vacant sites for renewable energy potential without the need for technical expertise.
NREL talks about the LCA Harmonization Project, which gives decision-makers and investors more exact estimates of greenhouse-gas emissions for renewable and conventional generation.