Originally published on Renewables International. By Craig Morris Did you know that Socrates gave lectures on solar architecture? But no, he’s not the one who invented it – that honor goes back at least to the Chinese, according to the update of John Perlin’s classic from the 1970s entitled “A Golden Thread.” The new version,
Originally posted on EnergyPost and Oilprice.com. By James Stafford How much faith can we put in our ability to decipher all the numbers out there telling us the US will soon be cornering the global oil market? There’s another side to the story of the relentless US shale boom, one that says that some of the
Why The Oil & Gas Industry Makes Such A Big Deal Of The Shale (Retirement) Party was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Originally published on Gas2. The Porsche hybrid 918 Spyder went into production last year thanks to the “outstanding customer response” for the $845,000 vehicle. Given Porsche’s interest in green speed, it comes as no surprise that in a recent interview with German magazine Auto, Motor und Sport, Porsche CEO Matthias Müller revealed his desire to launch an all-electric sports car. But can Porsche
Originally published on SolarWakeup. By Yann Brandt Value of solar tariffs, also known as VOSTs, have hit some level of critical mass; at least with public perception and media. The question to ask yourself, as I did; do you know what a value of solar tariff is? Why does it exist? And should you like
Is A Value Of Solar Tariff (VOST) Really Better Than Net Metering? was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Originally published in Let the Sunshine In: A Solar Power Blog. Once upon a time, at the height of the so-called Cold War in the 1950s, the United States first became involved in something called the “Space Race” with its arch-rival, the now-defunct Soviet Union. Rocket technology had evolved dramatically during the recently-concluded World War,
Originally published on RenewEconomy. As Germany chancellor Angela Merkel said last month, if Germany can succeed with its ambitious energy transition then other countries could too. “If we succeed, then she (the Energiewende) – and I’m convinced of it – will become another German export hit,” she said. “The world looks with a mixture of a
Germany Fossil Fuel Production Drops, Electricity Exports Soar was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Originally published on Renewables International. By Craig Morris The AGEB published its official review of German energy in 2013 yesterday, confirming our estimate from January: CO2 emissions from power are down. The official figures from Germany’s Environmental Agency (UBA) are not yet in, but AGEB has published its official estimate of energy statistics for 2013.
It’s unclear why, but Tesla Model S prices in Germany and the Netherlands are being cut substantially. One reason postulated by some is relatively low sales in much of Europe. Notably, Elon Musk said a month ago that Tesla expected to be selling about twice as many cars in China and Europe than North America
Tesla Model S Price Dropping In Europe, Sales In Europe & China Expected To Be Double US Sales was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The days when solar power was more expensive than other power sources are quickly passing us by. News out of Europe is that commercial solar power is now at grid parity in some major European countries. A new study, the PV Grid Parity Monitor, conducted by consulting firm Eclareon, has found that commercial solar power hit grid [...]
Commercial Solar Grid Parity Now Reality In Italy, Germany, & Spain was originally published on Solar Love!.
I recently figured out electric vehicle market share for 17 European countries, the US, and Japan for an ABB Conversations article I wrote (full disclosure: I am compensated by ABB for articles written on that site). The results are very interesting, in my opinion, so I figured I’d drop the charts in here as well. [...]
EV Market Share Leaders (Top Countries For EV Market Share) was originally published on EV Obsession.