Electrek green energy brief: Utility scale solar in Vietnam gets 10¢/kWh, a pathway to 10TW of solar power, more
Vietnam introduces utility-scale solar FiT and rooftop net metering – FiT for utility-scale solar PV would be VND2.086/kWh (US$0.0935), exclusive of Value Added Tax. The FiT would be subject to fluctuations
Our study emphatically confirms that fossil fuels — mainly coal — place a heavy burden on the environment and that most renewable power projects have lower pollution-related impacts on ecosystems and health.
Tesla driver says Model S ‘saved his life’ after walking away unscathed from a crash ~500-ft down a hill
We have reported before on Tesla owners crediting their vehicles’ safety features for saving their lives after severe accidents, like when a Model X crashed into a semi-truck earlier this year, but probably
California has been at the forefront of renewable energy investment and climate change initiatives. And the former EPA under the Obama administration routinely cited California as the model for other Although
By Nick Miroff Nick Miroff Reporter covering immigration enforcement, drug trafficking and national security Email Bio Follow On the solar farms of the Atacama Desert, the workers dress like astronauts.
In this time of reckless US action, it’s crucial to shift the narrative beyond despair over fossil fuels and look at water as a primary tool of climate control It’s easy for all concerned about air, water
New research finds that the world’s hydroelectric dams generate a surprising amount of greenhouse gas emissions In July, UN Secretary Ban Ki-Moon highlighted the role of hydropower in boosting the use
Oil gets a bad rap these days, but the stuff is actually quite incredible. Many people think of crude oil as a thick, black liquid that is used to source our unquenchable thirst for gasoline. However,
One of the most coal-dependent countries says it will only agree to the Paris Climate agreement on its own terms
In the letter dated Monday and seen by Reuters, Jan Szyszko says Poland, whose economy is heavily dependent on coal, would consent to fast-tracked ratification "only on terms that take into account the
Well-meaning Seattleites are putting too many non-biodegradable produce bags in their compost bins, which is damaging the city’s composting machines Seattleites like it to be known that they’re concerned
A new study proposes why fracking triggers some faults but leaves others dormant—and it suggests a possible method of earthquake prediction. At 3 a.m. on the morning of May 17, 2012, the town of Timpson,
Nigerian lawmakers are set to investigate whether $17 billion in undeclared oil and fuel exports were stolen by companies and various government agencies under former president ”Goodluck” Ebele Azikiwe
Do you ever think about where things go after you throw them away? Really think about it? Do you picture an overflowing landfill, imagine the accompanying nauseating stench, or think about how unnatural