Green America launches new campaign, urging telecommunication companies to commit to 100% renewables

The two largest telecommunications companies in the country – Verizon and AT&T – are being urged by Green America to rapidly adopt renewable energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Both companies are currently using less than 2% of renewable energy, putting them far behind many leaders in the tech industry, including Apple and Google, which

About $88 billion in historical health and environmental benefits of wind and solar energy, says Nature Energy

A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Energy focused on the environmental benefits of wind and solar energy in reducing air pollution emissions.

Report tells how advanced coatings protect wind power projects

The application of smart coatings on wind turbine blades enables them to run longer with zero maintenance in harsh environmental conditions at less operating costs.

Windpower brings new efficiency & environmental respect to shipping

It is now becoming clear that the appalling emissions from ships and shipping that cause global warming and local injuries can be virtually eliminated.

New reports find wind energy is more affordable than ever

Wind energy costs are lower than ever, with steady advances in technology and better wind-turbine performance, according to three new reports released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The new DOE reports include: The “2016 Wind Technologies Market Report,” the “2016 Offshore Wind Technologies Market Report,” and the “2016 Distributed Wind Market Report.” “The Department

Charge, discharge, and battery simulation: a solution for battery & connected devices

The 17040 system has flexible test editing functions to perform independent channel tests and conforms to the diversified requirements for testing secondary battery packs with high safety and stability.

U.S. Renewables Portfolio Standards 2017 Annual Status Report

Berkeley Lab tracks and analyzes state renewables portfolio standards (RPS) to inform policy-makers, program administrators, and others about the design and impacts of these policies.

#BiketheWind: Raising awareness about wind energy

This article comes from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. To read more about Jim Tinjum and track his trip — he is riding his bike to raise awareness for wind energy — follow Tinjum at his blog.  For more information on BikeTheWind, click here. Jim Tinjum practices what he preaches. As a teacher of energy engineering and sustainability, Tinjum works

Steering wakes could cut losses and boost wind farm outputs

Coordinated steering wakes and ramp-down strategies based on advanced data analytics could increase annual energy production by several percentage points, say the initial findings from a joint government-industry research project.

Maximizing renewable-energy portfolios through digitalization & IoT

Kaiserwetter, an international service provider for renewable asset management headquartered in Hamburg, is urging the international community meeting in Hamburg to continue to make progress from the COP21 and COP22 advances in the global efforts to stop Global Warming. Climate Change and the United States’ exit from the Paris Climate Change Agreement were key discussion points during the recent G20 Summit, which took place this past weekend in Hamburg, Germany. Kaiserwetter’s core message is that the renewable energy