The Lights Go Out on Last U.S. Plant for Incandescents

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The Lights Go Out on Last U.S. Plant for Incandescents
The closure of a light bulb factory highlights the gap between new energy standards and manufacturer’s strategies, says Andrew Hall.

Has Google’s Green Strategy Begun To Make Sense?
Artificial intelligence, yes. Everything else, no.

Glass Expert Corning Joins Fortune 500 in Rush to Solar
High tech glass improves efficiency for amorphous silicon, cadmium telluride and CIGS solar panels.

Future-Proofing Biomass at Imperative Energy
A former forester hopes to keep biomass sustainable, to avoid the fate of biofuels, and to export Irish innovation

Innovating for the Future: Part 1 of 3
This session presented visionary venture capitalists and leaders of transformational companies from inside and outside the energy industry to discuss lessons learned, best practices and great ideas that can point the cannon of innovation at the central nervous system of the global economy—the grid.

Smart Grid Cyber-Security Gains Traction
Grid security: questions, questions, questions