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.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory takes a look at how solar leasing is helping homeowners in less affluent neighborhoods discover they be able to actually afford solar energy after all.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s is working with modern, megawatt-scale machines, studying ways to increase wind turbine efficiency at lower cost.
The U.S. Department of Energy wants to make black silicon using less heat, and NREL is collaborating with Natcore’s revolutionary technology to do it.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory talks about collaborate research it is involved in which one day could help make solar-powered electricity prices approach those of power from coal or natural gas.
New Energy Technologies and the National Renewable Energy Lab see hope for building-integrated OPV applications after fabricating a bigger module.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory looks at how concentrating solar power, with its greater grid flexibility and ability to store energy, is becoming important as more clean energy comes online.
UCLA researchers up the efficiency of a tandem polymer solar cell, which combines multiple cells with different absorption bands, to a record 10.6 percent.