Energy Writer of the Year, 2015 – Coral Davenport

Energy Writer of the Year, 2015: AES selects Coral Davenport for her thoughtful and creative use of Twitter to report news about energy and the environment. In recognition of Ms. Davenport’s work, AES is pleased to feature her presentation... Read more →

California is Throttling Back Record Levels of Solar

(MIT) – Without big changes, the oversupply of renewables will stall efforts to overhaul the power sector. Californians are enjoying a sunny summer, which means the state’s solar farms and rooftop panels are flooding the grid with electricity.... Read more →

Credit to the Renewables Learning Curve

In 2009, as the debacle of the COP15 Copenhagen Climate Summit was coming to an unproductive close, a handful of diplomats stepped away from the main negotiating tables to discuss practical strategies to scale up renewable energy in the developing... Read more →

Barriers to Renewable Energy Technologies Development

(Keele University) – Since the beginning of the 21st Century, renewable energy has been a significant area of research amongst scientists. However, despite scientists coming up with practical and convincing technologies on renewable energy,... Read more →
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