Solar power Stories February 9
Solar power Stories February 1
Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) wants to fight Biden’s clean energy plan, despite being the No. 1 state in the US for wind power. Texas is also a rising star of solar power, not to mention the home of Tesla’s Gigafactory Texas. Yet, Abbott has issued an executive order to “protect” Texas’ energy industry from federal overreach, or in other words, President Joe Biden’s endorsement of clean energy. Or to put it another way, what Texas is already doing.
Solar power Stories January 21
Sixty-six percent of registered US voters say developing sources of clean energy should be a high or very high priority for the president and Congress. That’s according to a study released last week by Yale University and George Mason University’s climate change communication programs.
Solar power Stories January 12
Solar power Stories January 11
Solar power Stories December 24, 2020
Solar power Stories December 23, 2020
In today’s Electrek Green Energy Brief (EGEB):
- Considering installing rooftop solar panels? You now have more time to get the current tax credit.
- Here are some of the big green energy and climate change wins that came out of US Congress.
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Solar power Stories December 17, 2020
Swedish electric off-road motorcycle manufacturer CAKE is preparing to help combat endangered wildlife poaching in Africa.
Solar power Stories December 10, 2020
Solar power Stories December 4, 2020
Researchers at the UK’s Lancaster University studied a crystalline material — a solid material with parts such as atoms, molecules, or ions that are arranged in a highly ordered microscopic structure — and discovered it has properties that allow it to capture solar energy. The energy can be stored for several months at room temperature, and it can be released on demand in the form of heat.