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    PV Windows Cut Emissions for Highly Glazed Buildings up to 40%, Study Finds

    PV Windows Cut Emissions for Highly Glazed Buildings up to 40%, Study Finds

    Research from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has found that for highly glazed buildings, like the shimmering skyscrapers of big cities, photovoltaic (PV) windows make a sizable difference in the building’s carbon footprint, reducing energy use and CO2 emissions by as much as 40%. More From EcoWatch Is Solar Right For Your Home? The […]

    West Virginia Customers Pay the Price for State’s Reliance on Coal

    West Virginia Customers Pay the Price for State’s Reliance on Coal

    The state of West Virginia is intimately associated with coal power, so much so that it got 91 percent of its electricity from coal in 2021, and politicians like the state’s Democratic Senator Joe Manchin have painted an attack on the highly polluting energy source as an attack on the state’s wellbeing.  When President Joe […]

    Two EV-Charging Roads Are Coming to Detroit

    Two EV-Charging Roads Are Coming to Detroit

    Over the next two years, inductive charging technology will be added to two short roads in Detroit, a project that will be the first wireless electric road system (ERS) in the U.S. The roads will be capable of charging electric vehicles while they drive.

    Construction Begins on Maine’s Largest Solar Project

    Construction Begins on Maine’s Largest Solar Project

    Maine is about to get its largest solar farm, which will help the state meet its climate goals of getting 80 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2030, reported Bangor Daily News. The project is also projected to avoid carbon dioxide emissions that are the equivalent of removing about 30,000 cars from the […]