First, there's "Letting in the Light: How Solar Photovoltaics Will Revolutionise the Electricity System," which finds that "the age of solar has arrived...faster than anyone predicted," and with people "only just beginning to recognise the consequences of the change."
The Earth is a beautiful and varied place, ripe for travel and exploration. Of course, it will only stay beautiful if people make a concerted effort to protect the environment. Even the small things count. That includes consideration of travel plans to ensure they’re green-friendly.
GTM Research is out with its "Solar Market Insight" report for the second quarter of 2016, and there's a lot of good news for the U.S. solar industry. Here are a few highlights from the report's executive summary.
Wind power is already cheap (less expensive than fossil fuels in Texas, for instance), and is almost certain to get a lot cheaper, due to both industry scaling and technology improvements, like the one shown in the MidAmerican Energy video.
Today, we turn our attention to EIA's brand-new "Annual Energy Outlook 2016 Early Release," which was just posted yesterday, and which looks at U.S. energy picture through 2040 under a "Reference case" and a "No CPP case." Here are five observations regarding this new report (bolding added for emphasis).