Why S. Africa won’t be moving to sun, wind power anytime soon
Proponents say renewable power is the future, but experts claim it's going to cost more than they are willing to spend in the short term
Sails make a comeback as shipping tries to go green
As the shipping industry faces pressure to cut climate-altering greenhouse gases, one answer is blowing in the wind.Finnish startup company Norsepower installed its rotor sail technology on the Maersk Pelican tanker, Aug. 29, 2018, at Rotterdam, Netherlands, in the first ...
No free lunch for renewables: More wind power would warm US
A new study out of Harvard finds that ramping up wind power in America would also dial up the nation's temperatures.The study finds overall that the U.S. would warm a few tenths of a degree if the number of turbines ...
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