Nearly 100% of new electricity generation capacity to be added to the California grid in 2013 is from solar power projects.
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The cost of producing electricity from large-scale solar plants is less than the regulated avoided costs of the largest electric utilities in the state of Oregon.
Survey reinforces ‘possibly most important thing to communicate’ on climate change: 97% scientific consensus on humans causing global warming.
US analysis shows that streamlining solar permitting rules could cut the cost of installing residential solar systems by as much as 40%.
The prospect of a seasonally ice-free Arctic has sparked a scramble for influence in the region. America’s new strategy highlights conflicting goals.
As well as a rendition of the David Bowie classic, Canada’s first ISS commander offers a unique perspective on how humans are changing Earth’s climate.
The proposal to increase fixed charges for Queensland rooftop PV customers is not only inequitable, it won’t achieve what the QCA wants it to achieve.
Earth’s land, oceans and biosphere are now in extreme danger, but this doesn’t seem to be driving the urgent measures required to arrest current trends.
Green Earth Power have signed a memorandum of understanding to construct a $275 million solar power plant in the city of Minbu.
As atmospheric CO2 levels pass 400ppm, a new report suggests that anyone betting on a low sensitivity of the climate to carbon is literally betting against history.
In his testimony to the US Congress this week on electric grid reliability, Weiss made a strong case for confronting the elephants in the room.
The oil industry is spreading cheeriness about unconventional sources, meanwhile, a major US oil-pipe spill went largely unreported over Easter.