The Natural Resources Defense Council’s useful comparison of the Democrat and Republican candidates’ policies – and what they have said.
Not sure what to think about electric vehicles? Here are seven big reasons why you should love them…
How does the money spent on bank bailouts and the Iraq war compare with solar subsidies? Get ready for a really, really long graph.
Germany’s electricity price disconnect in a graph: Wholesale prices fall with renewables penetration, but somehow this is not passed on to customers.
One of Envision Solar’s Tracking Solar Trees, with an EV charging station as its trunk, is going up at GM’s Milford Proving Ground.
Just like in Australia, it’s not renewables driving up the price of German electricity, but utility companies and their growing profits.
Historical oil and gas subsidies are over 13 times larger than for renewable energy, and nuclear energy hasn’t done too badly either.
New wind turbines are regularly hitting 50% capacity factor onshore, making them the cheapest option for new electricity in many locations.
The UK launches its biggest-yet solar plant, with a total capacity of 5MW – that’s five times bigger than anything currently operating in Australia.
A decent energy storage system with a solar power system is a match utility companies probably don’t want to see…