Wireless charging system designed for electric buses in Europe would enable en route charging and free bus routes from fueling stations.
The NREL has come out with two new studies demonstrating that non-hardware “soft costs” now account for a whopping 64% of the total cost.
Looking back at the World Bank’s one and only 1959 nuclear project, it’s hardly surprising it finds renewable energy a far more attractive investment.
Energy storage fans rejoice as US energy regulator allows storage to be connected to the grid, paving the way for more solar arrays and wind farms.
The newly launched USS Zumwalt’s ‘all-electric’ power system both generates and distributes energy, for propulsion, weaponry and support services.
US Air Force seeking to demonstrate ability of advanced solar storage system to deliver seamless energy management for a sensitive, high-demand facility.
US auto giant a major backer of a new lab that will help EV battery developers bridge the ‘Valley of Death’ between concept and reality.
The US Air Force wants to use wind power so it can avoid hazardous fuel drops in Alaska.
European research team achieves world record solar conversion efficiency – another indicator we’re only at the beginning of a long, steep decline in solar costs.
US company SustainX has built its first utility-scale isothermal compressed air storage system, the latest in promising field.