Clean energy sources accounted for over half of Europe’s primary energy production in 2012, according to data just released by the EU.
Americans are looking to clean renewable energy because it provides so many of the solutions people are looking for—jobs, environmental protection, reliability, security.
Europe risks losing its foothold as a major competitive renewables market to China and the US if it doesn’t regain leadership on climate and green energy policies.
We should be seeking to help progressive utilities and disruptive upstarts shape a new electricity system powered increasingly by clean, distributed renewables.
A former British colony is about to tap into the geothermal power that lies beneath its pristine surface.
The U.S. looks to boost geothermal with support for enhancing systematic analysis of possible drilling locations in order to reduce risk and thus cost.
The ability to capture superheated, high-pressure steam at temps exceeding 840 F from a well drilled in molten rock could signal a revolution in geothermal.
New Mexico’s first utility-scale geothermal energy plant begins operations at 4 megawatts in the Animas Valley in the southwestern part of the state.
The equivalent of 19,000 Southern California homes are now powered by a geothermal plant south of Reno, Nevada.
There’s a lot going on under Nevis, literally, and now the tiny Caribbean island wants to use its geothermal resources to break free of diesel-fired generation.