Green Science and Technology
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- New 2016 DLC Listed Independence LED Troffer Light Fixtures with Lower Pricing = Highest Lumens per Dollar
- New 2016 DLC Listed Independence LED Stair Lights with Lower Pricing = Highest Lumens per Dollar
- New 2016 DLC Listed Independence LED Vapor Tight Fixture with Lower Pricing = Highest Lumens per Dollar
- Independence LED Challenges Other LED Light Manufacturers to Match the Strength of its 10 Year LED Warranty
This is Areva's first investment in solar power, and, according to a company executive, it's a strategic one. Areva chose to invest in Ausra's solar thermal technology rather than in other solar technologies because solar thermal power plants, like nuclear power plants, generate electricity by creating heat and spinning turbines with steam.
Climate scientist Micheal Mann has always been confident that he didn't do anything wrong.
It looks like his university, Penn State, which just released the results of the first phase of an investigation into his research conduct, is almost ready to officially agree.
Following up on his discussion with House Republicans over the weekend, he invited a few coal state governors to the White House today, and one big topic of conversation was clean coal.
Community-based renewable energy projects in Vermont, Wisconsin, Colorado and California were granted over $20 million from the U.S. Department of Energy on Jan. 21, which matches $167 million in local government and private sector funding.
The U. S. Department of Energy on Jan.15 pledged $37 million of funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act towards research projects in high-efficiency solid-state lighting, which includes light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs).
The year was 1957, and the Soviets had just fired Sputnik 1 into Earth orbit. Instead of panicking (eventually), the U.S. saw what had gotten the Soviet Union into space first and… well, did the equivalent of looking over somebody’s shoulder during a midterm; making their answer our own.