By The Guardian on March 25, 2013
Deal struck by Centrica will see the first major exports of controversial shale gas
By Maria Surma Manka on October 23, 2012
The CleanTech Open’s North Central awards show proved that the U.S. has no shortage of innovators, entrepreneurs, or passion.
By Guest Author on October 16, 2012
How does access to sustainable modern energy services for more than 1 billion people act as an integral catalyst to overcoming poverty in developing nations?
By Guest Author on September 12, 2012
The marine energy sector is now at a critical point, and the challenges it faces are not trivial.
By Silvio Marcacci on July 20, 2012
The United Kingdom has topped an energy efficiency ranking of the world’s 12 largest economies, while the United States placed a disappointing ninth overall, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). The International Energy Efficiency Scorecard, the first-ever of its kind, analyzed nations collectively representing 78 percent of global gross domestic product, [...]
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