Winds of Change? Why Offshore Wind Might be the Next Big Thing.

Falling costs and rising acceptance are promising signs, but the industry needs to keep improving. (McKinsey) – The landscapes of Rembrandt glow with the great painter’s rendering of light. And they are distinctive for another reason:... Read more →

Tracking Clean Energy: 2017

Energy systems around the world are undergoing substantial changes. Many of these shifts are being driven by purposeful government policies, whether to put a country on a low-carbon transition path, reduce air pollution, secure energy independence... Read more →

Uber for Energy

Two new Dartmouth professors, Geoffrey Parker and Amro Farid, seek to revolutionize the energy grid by turning it into a sharing platform. (Dartmouth University) – These days, it seems like there is a sharing platform for everything. Want... Read more →

Laying the Groundwork for Longer Battery Life

Imagine not having to charge your cell phone battery for a week or never having to get a new laptop battery. Faculty from Drexel’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering explore this topic in a recent invited “Perspective” article... Read more →
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