FUELSAVE – Green Technology

Orkney Starts Moving Toward a Hydrogen-Based Energy System Using the Wind and Oceans

The Scottish archipelago Orkney is taking steps to adopt a hydrogen-based energy system that feeds off excess tidal generation from the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC). The tidal and wave energy test station is due to install a… Read More

GTM Research Identifies Path for Behind-The-Meter Storage to Reach 1GW

Today, residential and commercial storage deployments represent just 15 percent of the nascent U.S. energy storage market. In a new report, The Behind-the-Meter Energy Storage Landscape 2016-2021, GTM Research identifies major shifts in the market that will result… Read More

DOE Announces Nearly $20 Million to Accelerate Energy Efficient Transportation and Systems

Today, the Energy Department announced $19.7 million, subject to appropriations, to support research and development of advanced vehicle technologies, including batteries, lightweight materials, and advanced combustion engines, as well as innovative technologies for energy efficient mobility. Source: New… Read More

Was 2016 the Year When Oil Majors Got Serious (Again) About Renewables?

After a lot of fits and starts, we are finally seeing the biggest conventional energy companies in the world get serious about making a play in cleantech, renewables and distributed energy. In 2016, Total invested $1.1 billion in… Read More

The Private Sector May Lead the Charge Against Climate Change During the Trump Administration

As the inauguration of President Donald Trump approaches, the future of federal action on energy and climate change remains highly uncertain. And while nothing is set in stone, there is mounting evidence that the new administration will drastically… Read More

Climate Deniers Are Making a ‘Roaring Comeback’ in Donald Trump’s Cabinet

InsideClimate News: Climate Denial Rides Trump's Coattails to a Roaring Comeback As the nation heads toward a Donald Trump presidency, environmental advocates and their political allies are grappling with a presence set to loom large in the nation's policymaking…. Read More

Will Elon Musk Be the Champion Cleantech Needs at the White House?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been selected to be an economic adviser to President-elect Donald Trump. Travis Kalanick, the CEO of Uber, and Indra Nooyi, chairwoman and CEO of PepsiCo, were also picked to join the policy team…. Read More

The Energy Gang’s 2016 Year-End Extravaganza

There are just two weeks left of 2016. And you know what? We're tapping out early. This is the last podcast of the year. It’s been such a crazy 12 months for news that we’re packing it up… Read More

Energy Department Announces Universities to Lead Industrial Assessment Centers Program

The Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) today announced nearly $35 million, subject to appropriations, for 28 higher education institutions from 25 states across the country to set up and operate regional Industrial… Read More

GTM Research Roundtable: How Energy Storage Will Integrate Into Wholesale Markets [GTM Squared]

Source: Greentechmedia