Energy Innovation – All the Angles

On November 17th, several groups hosted an important conference on energy innovation in Washington, DC.

Solyndra, Solar Panels and Supersonic Planes: What’s the Difference if One Fails?

Recently, the US government lost a few hundred million dollars on a new investment in a failed technology. But no one seemed to notice.

Group Buying the New Thing in Residential Solar – and Beyond?

Last year, CESA gave Energy Trust of Oregon a 2010 State Leadership in Clean Energy (or SLICE) Award for its Solarize Portland program.

Offshore Wind and Economic Development: How Utility Law Could Help

It is hard to imagine a new angle on the beleaguered Cape Wind project. Everything from its rich opponents, to the Kennedys, to the local Indian tribes has been the subject of endless news stories.

Lighting Africa: A model that should be replicated in other clean energy technologies

Lighting Africa, a joint International Finance Corporation-World Bank initiative, is demonstrating the successful application of new innovation systems approaches to one of the most persistent energy access issues in the developing world: off-grid lighting.

ARPA-E Needs Customers for its Clean Energy Breakthroughs

The Administration rightly has asked for increased funding for the DOE venture like funding of ARPA-E- though the House budget decreases ARPA-E funding.
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