February 25, 2017

DOE Releases Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for Hawaii

DOE released a final programmatic environmental impact statement for Hawaii to provide federal, state and county governments as well as the public and developers with a […]
February 25, 2017

Off Grid Electric Raises $25M to Help Power a ‘Solar Revolution’ in Africa

DBL Partners, the same venture capital fund that supported SolarCity for many years, has led the largest venture capital funding for distributed energy in Africa. Off […]
February 25, 2017

Record-Breaking Conference Reveals Excitement Surrounding Hydropower

HydroVision International is the world’s largest hydropower industry event. 2015 attendance shattered all the conference’s records with nearly 3,800 registered attendees from 60 countries. Source: Renewable […]
February 25, 2017

Inspiring Young Women To Pursue Careers in Energy

At last night’s PennWell Awards Ceremony, Kim Greene, a 24-year veteran of the power industry, was named the POWER-GEN 2015 Woman of the Year. Greene began […]
February 25, 2017

Sustainable Women Series: How to Build a 75 Percent Net Zero Community

What does it take to build a 75 percent net zero community and the “largest Emerald-rated community” in the world? Tabitha Crawford explains how her team combined […]
February 25, 2017

UK Claim That Burning Biomass Is Clean Seen as 'Flawed'

The U.K. government’s view of biomass as a carbon-neutral energy source is a “flawed assumption,” according to report from Chatham House.   Source: Renewable Energy World UK Claim […]
February 25, 2017

The Energy Web Foundation: Bringing Blockchain Technology to the Grid

Blockchain technology—the technology underpinning the Bitcoin virtual currency—is being discussed as one of the most potentially disruptive technologies since the Internet. Blockchains are a combination of information […]
February 25, 2017

EnergyAustralia Provides Update on Proposed Seawater Pumped Storage Project

EnergyAustralia recently briefed the federal government on the potential for a 100-MW pumped storage project in South Australia that uses seawater. Source: Renewable Energy World EnergyAustralia […]