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The Hydrogen Economy Is Within Grasp And Progressive Energy Companies Know It

The hydrogen economy is within grasp — the type of progress that can rollback the effects of climate change. The goal is to produce hydrogen from a carbon-free source and in doing so, displaces fossil fuels.

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Thermal Battery Could Power Solar Systems Overnight - Geek

Solar power’s whole MO is converting sunlight into electricity—so nighttime use is usually out of the question. Or is it? Researchers from Curtin University in Australia are developing a thermal battery that would …

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BBC - Future - How to rehabilitate old oil supertankers

The enormous ships that ferry crude oil around the world embody the fossil fuel era and its legacy of pollution. But can they be transformed to be good for the environment?

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Turning one greenhouse gas into another could combat climate change

Sucking methane from the air might deliver a bigger bang for the buck than just removing carbon dioxide.

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Why the Tide Is Turning for the Energy Sector

The increasing demand for electric vehicles, air conditioning and renewable energy are all helping to shape the future.

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How Long Will Natural Gas Be A Bridge Fuel?

In a previous article, I addressed the fact that natural gas is serving as an important bridge fuel as coal is phased out. Today, I estimate how long that bridge might last.

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Cost of Clean Energy Seen Nosediving Into the Next Decade

The cost of renewables technology is set to keep falling into the next decade, boosting the economic case for clean energy, according to an industry group.

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The coming era of unlimited -- and free -- clean energy

Guest Post Inexpensive renewable sources will provide more energy than the world needs in less than 20 years. Even then, we will be using only one part in 10,000 of the sunlight that falls on the Earth.