Wind Surpasses Hydropower And Becomes The Leading Renewable Energy Source

In the first half (H1) of 2019, renewable energy sources—including solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, and biomass energy—generated nearly one-fifth (20.1%) of net domestic electricity in the US. The analytical report was published in SUN DAY Campaign, based on the recently released information from EIA (the US Energy Information Administration. InContinue Reading

If Facilitated, The Offshore Wind Energy Can Result In Energy Dominance

Reportedly, the Trump government has promised an “America First” policy and hyped a path for energy dominance. In the last few years, offshore wind energy has been a stimulating element of this agenda. Nonetheless, the recent actions by the U.S. DOI (Department of Interior) have left the industry and workers—whoContinue Reading

Non-Toxic Solar Cells Could Soon Be A Reality

Installation of solar panels is escalating in the United States, with early 2019 observing over 2 Million new installations—a record-high count, as per the latest Solar Energy Industries Association and Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables report. An engineers’ team from the Washington University, St Louis, found the KBaTeBiO6, a bismuth-halideContinue Reading