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In some parts of Hawaii, where many homeowners have installed rooftop panels to capitalize on federal and state tax credits for using solar energy, the local utility company has slowed down approvals of new solar systems, saying that abundant users…
By Connie Kargbo
Even when appliances and devices are powered off -- if the devices are plugged in, they're sucking up power. These so-called "vampire electronics" account for five to 10 percent of an average home's energy use.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Experiments with solar power hope to answer a burning question: can we harness enough solar energy to make fuel for cars?…
The "Commanding General of the Solar Army" wants you -- to know how the sun can make cheap fuel for your car.
By Ariel Min
It turns out production of corn-based ethanol has a tremendous environmental cost, according to a new $500,000 government-funded study released on Sunday.
Renewable Energy Could be the Answer for Hard-Hit Japanese Town…
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Tom Bearden reports on new innovations that would allow for better storage of electricity generated by the wind and sun.
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