Immigration crisis: Forget the wall; could fuel cells be the answer?

Trump says "build a wall." But could the key to curbing immigration be hidden in decentralized technology like fuel cells? Credit: doomko Next-generation fuel cells are ready...

Annual cleantech awards celebrate innovation, decade of impact

The Cleantech Open awards for the National Accelerator, Global Ideas competition, and Global Cleantech Innovation Program (GCIP) have been announced, as the organization recognizes a "Decade of Impact."

PGE Prez: Western EIM "best all-around strategy" for real-time market participation

While NV Energy is moving forward on an approval to participate in the western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM), Portland General Electric (PGE) is taking the first steps to getting its toes in the water.

Google, Duke Energy celebrate big moment 8 years in the making

Google will benefit from Duke Energy Carolinas' Green Source Rider (GSR) program in one of the largest solar projects ever undertaken in North Carolina.

Energy storage becoming economical choice for utilities

The rapidly decreasing costs of battery energy storage systems (ESS) are driving a trend in the energy storage industry similar to that seen in solar PV over the last decade.


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Despite declining production at a key gas field in the Netherlands, natural gas prices in Europe remain at lowest level in six years. The Netherlands, the largest natural gas producer in the European Union, supplied 14 percent of the European Union's natural gas in 2014.


Solar power's growth curve in Germany is falling so fast the German government said it would suspend further reductions in the solar feed-in tariff.