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The American Institute of Architects Select the 2015 COTE Top Ten Green Projects

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and its Committee on the Environment (COTE) have selected ...

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Elon Musk Presentation Of Tesla Lithium Energy Storage: PowerWall and PowerPack With “Infinite Scalability”.

By WoR Network Editor The post Elon Musk Presentation Of Tesla Lithium Energy Storage: PowerWall ...

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Tesla Launches Revolutionary Energy Storage Solutions

By WoR Network Editor Energy Storage for a Sustainable Home Powerwall is a home battery ...

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ExxonMobil Earns $4.9 Billion in First Quarter of 2015

By WoR Network Editor Exxon Mobil Corporation today announced estimated first quarter 2015 earnings of ...

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When is Renewable not Renewable?

By WoR Network Editor I. Introduction Over the past fifteen years, many states—twenty-nine at last ...

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Energy Storage for a Sustainable Home Powerwall is a home battery that charges using electricity generated from solar panels, or when utility rates are low, and powers your home in the evening. It also fortifies your home against power outages by providing a backup electricity supply. Automated, compact and simple to install, Powerwall offers independence from the utility grid and the security of an emergency backup. Solar Powered Day and Night The average home uses more electricity in the morning and evening than during the day when solar energy is plentiful. Without a home battery, excess solar energy is often sold to the Read More >>
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Exxon Mobil Corporation today announced estimated first quarter 2015 earnings of $4.9 billion, or $1.17 per diluted share, compared with $9.1 billion a year earlier, demonstrating the value of the company's integrated businesses in a lower commodity price environment. “ExxonMobil's balanced portfolio delivered solid financial results in the quarter,” said Rex W. Tillerson, chairman and chief executive officer. “Regardless of current market conditions, we remain focused on business fundamentals and competitive advantages that create long-term shareholder value.” During the quarter, ExxonMobil produced 4.2 million oil-equivalent barrels per day, an increase of 97,000 barrels per day over the first quarter of 2014. Volumes Read More >>
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I. Introduction Over the past fifteen years, many states—twenty-nine at last count—have adopted renewable portfolio standards (RPS) as a means both to reduce their dependence on imported fossil fuels and to combat climate change.[1] To comply with these standards, electric utilities must demonstrate that a significant minimum percentage of their supply portfolios will consist of renewable resources by the various target dates specified in state law.[2] Most states affirmatively describe what counts as renewable resources—wind, geothermal, and solar energy are commonly referenced in RPS legislation.[3] But some state RPS laws also contain negative Read More >>
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Start spreading the news: The world is now deploying more renewable energy in the production of electricity—more wind and solar power, in particular—than it is fossil fuels. And it has been since 2013, according to the analysts at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. That year, the world added 143 gigawatts of new renewables capacity, compared to the 141 gigawatts of power generated by coal, natural gas and oil combined. Not only that, but by 2030, we'll likely add a whopping four times as much renewable energy generating capacity as fossil fuel capacity, the Bloomberg folks say. “The electricity system is shifting to Read More >>
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