1/1/2010 --- NEWS IN THE NEW YEAR. Lean times could bring some interesting headlines in 2010.
1/9/2010 --- GIGAWATTS OF OFFSHORE WIND ... FOR THE UK. More than 32 gigawatts could be developed.
1/10/2010 --- CARS: A LOVE AFFAIR LOST? The car population in the US is declining. Maybe electric low speed vehicles will bring back the joy of driving.
1/14/2010 --- ZINC BROMIDE: MASS ENERGY STORAGE FOR THE MASSES? Low cost is key to renewable energy storage.
1/21/2010 --- HIGH VOLTAGE CHARGING = FASTER ELECTRIC VEHICLE ADOPTION. Charging at 480 volts instead of 110 or 220 volts will reduce full charging times from as long as overnight to less than an hour, perhaps as little as 15 minutes.
1/24/2010 --- STORM SHELTER NEEDED IN HAITI; THE STORM OVER CLIMATE RAGES ON. The planet continues to warm while new threats to global warming legislation and mitigation loom.
1/24/2010 --- OBAMA’S CLEAN ENERGY SOTU. Generally, the energy message was good. But the President must continue the dialogue.
1/31/2010 --- CONVINCING THE UNCONVINCED. “Selling” clean energy and climate change.
2/7/2010 --- THUNDER SNOW AND SOOT-MELTED GLACIERS. Are the record-breaking snows in the US part of climate change?
2/11/2010 --- SNOW NO MORE! Another blizzard: It’s time to look at the facts about the climate change issue.
2/14/2010 --- SOLAR FOR SAUDI ARABIA. Why waste exportable oil on domestic energy use when the sun shines year round?
2/20/2010 --- ATOMIC CARS. Vehicle manufacturers push forward with electric vehicle plans.
2/22/2010 --- MULTITASKING, CLIMATE-SAVING MEASURES. Reflective roofs and roadways can help cool the planet and save energy. Biochar production can store carbon, provide new energy, and increase crop yields.
2/23/2010 --- BIG OIL’S CUTTING EDGE SOLAR PROJECT. Chevron’s concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) solar facility in New Mexico.
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News Stories and Commentary | January - February 2010
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