New Report Finds Energy Efficiency is America’s Cheapest Energy Resource

  NEWS RELEASE    For Immediate Release Media Contact: Patrick Kiker 202.507.4043, [email protected]    New Report Finds Energy Efficiency   is America’s Cheapest Energy Resource   Energy Efficiency Costs Utilities 2 to 3 Times Less Than Traditional Power Sources; Average of 2.8 Cents per Kilowatt Hour   Washington, D.C. (March 26, …

Four Charts That Prove the Future of Clean Energy Is Arriving

“Ethical Markets confirms this report in our Green Transition Scoreboard® Update 00f August 2013 new total for private green investments since 2007 is $5.2 trillion worldwide  – Hazel Henderson, editor “ Four Charts That Prove the Future of Clean Energy Is Arriving “We are living it, and it is gaining …

Electric ‘Water Karts’ for Canals of Paris, Venice

Electric ?Water Karts? for Canals of Paris, Venice,? Posted: 18 Apr 2012 07:49 AM PDT Following up on the solar-powered Elekra electric hobby plane, here?s our next cool electric vehicle to check out ? electric ?karts? being used in Dubai and Thailand, which are actually aimed for cities with potential …

Green Lighting Growth: Climate Patriot Bonds and Carbon Taxes

Green Lighting Growth: Climate Patriot Bonds and Carbon Taxes Feb 26 By Walter Borden Green Bonds, Carbon Taxes, and Market Failures THE gathering dangers of global warming for life necessitate that humanity collapse its dependency on fossil fuel energy (FFE). Ecological fiduciary responsibility requires shifting balance from political restraint to …

CES Report: Smart Energy Makes Friends to Get to Market

GTM GRID WEEKLY | Thursday, January 12, 2012 CES Report: Smart Energy Makes Friends to Get to Market Partners, platforms and connected everything push smart home energy into the mainstream at CES. Who Are the Top Ten Vendors in Smart Grid? GTM Research profiles the leading 150 smart grid vendors …

Why Aren’t Those Wind Turbines Turning?

It’s called curtailment—and it could be costing the nation a lot of green energy and green money. . Some 292,000 megawatt-hours of wind power were curtailed by the Midwest transmission system operator in 2009; in 2010, that figure jumped to about 824,000 megawatt-hours. At a rule-of-thumb 7 cents per kilowatt-hour, …