natural gas

07 Apr

Natural Gas Vehicles: More Support Needed


While natural gas is abundant in the United States, its full potential has yet to …

18 Mar

In Focus: Natural Gas Vehicle Technology


Natural gas is being used by more than half of all household in the U.S. …

11 Mar

5 Reasons Clean Energy Technology is Booming

EDF Energy Exchange Blog

You may have heard about the recent 60 Minutes segment that inexplicably reported the cleantech sector was in steep …

04 Mar

Carbon Capture From Natural Gas in the UK


The first industrial carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project from natural gas has been given the go-ahead by …

26 Feb

Keystone XL Decision: Oil and Gas Industry, Obama Administration in Bed


This past week was good to the oil and gas industry. First, President Obama talked up jobs gains from drilling and labeled natural gas a “bridge fuel” in his State of the Union address, using terminology favored by natural gas advocates. Then, on…

04 Feb

STUDY: Rooftop Solar Almost Cheaper than Coal in EU

Greentech Media

A new study suggests that wind and solar plants are already competing economically with fossil …

19 Dec

American Indians: Banking on Solar

Solar Advice for Free

The Energy Policy Act of 1992 opened development of renewable energy projects on American Indian reservations. …

04 Dec

Solar Parity: Arriving by 2025


The idea of parity for solar power, the day when power from solar panels costs …

03 Dec

China: Now The World’s Largest Solar Market

The Solarserver

In October 2013 NPD Solarbuzz Inc. (Santa Clara, California, U.S.) published a new analysis which …

30 Oct

Cheap Natural Gas: Nuclear Plants Can’t Compete

The Daily Fusion

Due to abundant shale gas reserves, natural gas prices in the U.S. continue to remain …

23 Oct

Review: Solar Power International 2013

The 10th annual Solar Power International brings light to the “Windy City.” Days 1 and …

16 Oct

Renewables vs. Oil and Gas Industry


The oil and gas industry is at the very heart of the global energy market …