Member voice of the week: 100+ cities are powered mostly by renewable energy
The number of cities gaining over 70% of their energy supply through renewable energy has increased considerably. A blog by Grace Kimberly, Brand Manager at Energy Jobline.
Challenges around distributed energy resources and sustainability
In the modern quest for more sustainable, low-emission energy, distributed energy resources are a main depository of hope to achieve this goal.
The House with No Bills: an Australian smart home initiative
A smart home experiment seeks to find out whether it is possible to live without any gas or electricity bills.
Novel technologies: integrating solar and kinetic renewable generation
Emerging generation technologies on buildings and streets offer the potential to scale up local renewable production.
Electric and solar planes: the next step in e-mobility?
Solar and electric planes signify a huge reshaping of air travel operations in the coming decades.
Apple and Amazon make commitment to sustainability
Large multinationals are committing to renewable energy, with giants like Apple and Amazon making huge investments towards wind and solar energy.
How utilities can combine cryptocurrency and renewable energy
The adoption of a new type of cryptocurrency represents a convergence between technology innovation and sustainable energy generation.
Nissan Energy Solar and the V2G challenge
Nissan’s entry into the solar and storage market is good news for meeting utility electric vehicle challenges.
Multinationals tap 100% renewables
Renewables are becoming the preferred energy source for the world’s leading multinational companies, Climate Group reports.
Renewables – set to undercut fossil fuels, IRENA reports
By 2020, the best wind and solar projects should provide electricity as low as 3 US cents/kWh.
AC solar – advantages and disadvantages
What are the pros and cons of using alternating current modules in the solar market?