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 →

Pulling Fuel Out of Thin Air

Nonrenewable fossil fuels give liquid fuels a bad name. But not all liquid fuels are fossil fuels, and fuels don’t have to be dirty. (Arizona State University) – Fuels are considered dirty when they put new carbon dioxide into the atmosphere,... Read more →

Clean Energy’s Dirty Secret

Wind and solar power are disrupting electricity systems. (The Economist) – Almost 150 years after photovoltaic cells and wind turbines were invented, they still generate only 7% of the world’s electricity. Yet something remarkable is... Read more →

Photovoltaic Modules: Technology and Reliability

From handcrafted devices used for space satellites, photovoltaic devices have developed into mass products sold in millions and applied all over the world. This interdisciplinary book provides insight into manufacturing techniques, materials... Read more →
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