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Amazon Opens $2 Billion Climate Investment Fund

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Retailing and web services giant Amazon plans to invest $2 billion in sustainable technologies to meet the company’s goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2040. . . . → Read More: Amazon Opens $2 Billion Climate Investment Fund

Low-Carbon Solutions Set to Change the World

More and more scientists and economists are seeking more immediate natural and technological solutions that could help to save us. . . . → Read More: Low-Carbon Solutions Set to Change the World

What the Future Holds for Solar Panels

Solar energy is one of the most widespread forms of renewable energy and the technology that drives it has advanced very rapidly. . . . → Read More: What the Future Holds for Solar Panels

Smart Solar Powered Crop Dryer Receives Grant Funds

An Indiana company is receiving U.S. government and private grants to develop a solar-powered algorithm-controlled crop dehydrator for small farms. . . . → Read More: Smart Solar Powered Crop Dryer Receives Grant Funds

Hydrogel, Solar Power Provide Simple Water Purification

An engineering lab demonstrates how polymer gels and ambient sunlight can provide a simple, inexpensive alternative to current complex and expensive technologies for desalinating or purifying drinking water. . . . → Read More: Hydrogel, Solar Power Provide Simple Water Purification

How Going Green Could Help Your Business

Going green in this fashion within your business will not only help the environment but it will stand to help your business. . . . → Read More: How Going Green Could Help Your Business

Tech Industry Groups Blast Paris Accord Exit

President Trump’s decision, announced today, to withdraw from the international climate change agreement signed in 2015 received stiff rebukes from technology industry organizations. . . . → Read More: Tech Industry Groups Blast Paris Accord Exit

Solar Cells Shown Feasible to Power Medical Implants

Biomedical engineers in Switzerland built and field-tested small solar cells that generated enough energy for implanted medical devices like heart pacemakers. . . . → Read More: Solar Cells Shown Feasible to Power Medical Implants

Solar Reactor Devised for Small-Scale Chemical Production

An engineering group developed a solar-powered catalytic reactor that can produce small amounts of drugs and agricultural chemicals on demand. . . . → Read More: Solar Reactor Devised for Small-Scale Chemical Production

U.S. Energy Use Declines in 2015, Renewables Gain

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20 April 2016. Energy use by Americans in their homes and businesses declined in 2015 from the previous year, due to a sharp drop in coal burned for electric power, among other factors. The findings were published in an annual accounting of national energy supply and demand by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, . . . → Read More: U.S. Energy Use Declines in 2015, Renewables Gain