SoCal Editor suggests a way to electrify transportation

By powering a range of vehicles (electrify transportation) from cars to heavy duty trucks, with clean electric power instead of gasoline and diesel fuel, the organization says it can meet California’s ambitious clean air goals.

Health and environmental benefits of wind and solar energy in the U.S., 2007 to 2015

The goal of this work is to evaluate how a subset of wind and solar energy’s health and environmental benefits have evolved from 2007 through 2015 both in absolute terms as well as on a dollar-benefit per kWh basis.

Decarbonization of global energy system through renewables possible, says new IRENA study

Global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions can be reduced by 70% by 2050 and completely phased-out by 2060 with a net positive economic outlook, according to new findings released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Perspectives for the Energy Transition: Investment Needs for a Low-Carbon Energy Transition, launched on the occasion of the Berlin

Hybrid solar-wind market to hit $1.47 billion by 2024

Solar Wind Market size is expected to reach $1.47 billion by 2024.

Research teaches machines to decipher bird calls in the dawn chorus

Dr Stowell is building on his work to take the computer analysis of bird call sounds to a new level, to discover more about what messages are being communicated and who is dominating the conversations that are going on.

Global carbon capture and storage market 2017 to 2021

The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global carbon capture and storage market for 2017-2021.

Oil analyzer upgrades boast precision and ease of use

Spectro Scientific, a supplier of oil, fuel, and processed water analysis instrumentation and software, has introduced Version 8 of its SpectrOil Series analyzers. The new capabilities are included in both the SpectrOil 100 Series and SpectrOil M Series for the elemental analysis of oil, fuel, coolant and water. SpectrOil technology measures trace quantities of elements dissolved or suspended as fine

CAISO expects It may need to curtail up to 8,000 MW this Spring & up to 13,000 MW by 2024

President and Chief Executive Officer of the CAISO reported that because of the “bountiful hydro conditions expected this year and significant additional solar installations both in the form of central station and on rooftops” in California, the CAISO “expects to see significant excess energy production this coming spring.”

Danish company unwraps leading edge protection for turbine blades

PolyTech has begun production of leading edge protection products and will increase volume in step with the number of blade types introduced with LEP.

Turbines under water: Meet Renewable Devices Marine

Renewable Devices Marine Ltd has brought together world class innovation and a proven engineering track record in renewable energy product development