Browsing the "clean energy" Tag

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New Pages on Planetsave

If you are one of the thousands of people who read our blog from the comfort of your email box or RSS reader, you may not have noticed that I’ve added a handful of pages to our site. (Even if you are a regular on-site reader, maybe you haven’t noticed.) Here’s a quick overview of […]

March 8th

Wind Energy Now Cost-Competitive with Coal

Perhaps not in your part of the world, but according to the latest report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, in many parts of the world, onshore wind power is now completely cost-competitive with coal. Over the past several years, the demand for wind turbines has increased. As a result, manufacturers have been able to lower their prices on […]

March 7th

Green Living, Activism, and Clean Energy Stories of the Day

Some of the top green living, activism, and clean energy stories from the past day or so: Activism Greenpeace Gives Facebook “Unfriend Coal” Deadline Greenpeace has been pushing Facebook to “unfriend coal” and go the route of clean energy for awhile. Facebook, for the most part, hasn’t listened. Greenpeace is now telling Facebook it should […]

February 11th

Clean Energy, Clean Transportation and Green Living News

Some of the top clean energy, clean transport, and green living stories of the last day or so: Clean Energy China’s Green Economy Leadership “China sees green as the future engine of its economy. Although currently the world’s leading greenhouse gas emitter, China is serious about slowing greenhouse gas emissions and using renewable energy.” Green Jobs, Good […]

February 10th

Clean Energy, Clean Transportation, & Green Living News

Here’s some top news on solar energy, wind energy, energy efficiency, and clean transportation from the last day or so. Solar Energy The US wants India to relax trade restrictions in its solar energy sector. “US Commerce Secretary Gary Locke has expressed ‘great concern’ regarding India’s solar energy policies which restrict the amount of imported […]

February 9th

Global Warming and Environmental Politics News of the Week

Here’s some of the biggest global warming and environmental politics news and commentary from the last week or so, along with some fun cartoons. Rocket Fuel in Our Water? The inspiration for the cartoon above, among other things: information that there is rocket fuel (or a component of it) in water supplies across the U.S. […]

February 6th

Geothermal.. Both Kinds [VIDEOS]

What is geothermal energy? What’s the difference between deep earth geothermal power (or Enhanced Geothermal Systems) and ground source “Geothermal” heat pumps? Thanks to a little video digging by Peter Sinclair of Climate Denial Crock of the Week (and the experts in the videos), we can enjoy some good video primers on these cool energy technologies. […]

January 25th

Global Weirding/Climate Change/Clean Energy Politics & Business Link Drop

Some of the best global weirding politics stories from around, in my opinion: Should Obama Omit Any Mention of Climate Change or Global Warming in the State of the Union Address? “What topics should be in Obama’s State of the Union address?” That is the question posed to well-known thought leaders by the Washington Post.  Not a […]

January 24th