By early October 2019, In the United States alone, ten climate disaster events had led to losses exceeding $1 billion. In this light, new infrastructure assets must be prioritized to account for the climate changes that may occur.
Renewable energy generates 17.5% of our energy supply. Actions to increase our supply of renewable energy and storage will help us to slowly wean ourselves off dependence upon fossil fuels still the source of 62.7% of power generation.Read More
A microgrid is a local energy grid with control capability, which means it can disconnect from the traditional grid and operate autonomously or in tandem with the grid. A microgrid can supply an area with power in parallel with the grid.Read More
Despite the term “offshore”, offshore wind farms are constructed not only in the ocean but also in lakes, fjords, and sheltered coastal areas. Compared to the wind speeds on land, the wind speeds on the water are much higher.Read More
The world’s demand for fossil fuels has plunged by almost 10% amid the coronavirus lockdown. But this may only be the beginning of a much more terminal decline as the pandemic could trigger a $25 trillion collapse in the fossil fuel industry.Read More
We are feeling a newfound sense of fragility as humans, both in the security of our species and in the structural soundness of the economic, financial, and social structures meant to keep us safe, prosperous, and stable but it won’t last forever.Read More
Community solar refers to local solar facilities shared by multiple community subscribers who receive credit on their electricity bills for their share of the power produced. This model for solar is being rapidly adopted throughout the country.Read More
Renewable energy has become cheaper and increasingly accessible with each passing year. Due to these changing trends, Industry experts should learn about which renewable energy trends to expect in 2021.Read More