- Domestic Oil Production Growth and Lower Net Imports
- The Newest Hybrid Cars to Reduce Environmental Impact
- Is China’s Solar Energy Business Not-for-Profit? [VIDEO]
- Smart Grid Investment: Different Priorities Could Lead to Similar Results
- EU Energy: Internal Market, Energy Efficiency, and Climate Change [VIDEO]
- Smart Grid, Smart City? How Networked Streetlights Will Make Cities Smarter
Posted: 30 Apr 2013 09:00 AM PDT
Imports of crude oil have decreased significantly over the past four years as the U.S. has become more self-reliant in meeting its energy needs domestically.
Posted: 30 Apr 2013 06:30 AM PDT
While cars are an everyday necessity and convenience, they’re not doing the environment any favors. Here we’ll focus on some of the hybrids and electric vehicles that either greatly reduce or eliminate fuel emissions altogether.
Posted: 30 Apr 2013 05:30 AM PDT
Solar energy is not a complete solution today in China, but the leadership is quite intelligent about technology and science and engineering. They have a clear a strategy baked into five-year plans. China is going to stay committed.
Posted: 30 Apr 2013 05:00 AM PDT
Without an evolution of business models, we could be left contemplating which devices in our homes and businesses get highest priority for electricity delivered from a grid that lacks resiliency and results in reduced reliability.
Posted: 30 Apr 2013 01:00 AM PDT
Hughes Belin, leading energy journalist for viEUws – the EU Policy Broadcaster, provides an extensive update on the latest policy developments and what to expect for the near future in the field of energy policy.
Posted: 29 Apr 2013 10:00 AM PDT
The focus on vertical technology platforms has given way to the horizontal approach where each device is considered within an open platform to create a true communications ecosystem.
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