Monthly Archives: August 2016

Chilean solar farm will be cheapest power project ever

Chilean President, Michelle Bachelet, has been looking for some sort of magic for a long time to ignite her country’s sluggish economy.  The spell may finally be cast in the form of solar energy. Bloomberg reports that a host of electricity … Continue reading

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Ebbs and Floes: Watching the Arctic Ice Melt

It’s my pleasure to introduce a guest post by Norman Rusin!  Norman is a freelance journalist and copy editor who helps writers produce sound and telling communications. He is about to complete his doctoral dissertation in Italian Studies at the … Continue reading

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Sunlight: the equitable energy source

Solar energy is touted for a variety of reasons – it’s renewable, clean, quiet, and can be used as a decentralized form of electricity generation.  But I came across a figure while doing some reading that reveals a less-discussed benefit … Continue reading

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The Presidential Promise of a Half-Billion Solar Cells

It is my pleasure to introduce Adam Kirk as guest writer for this week’s post!  Adam is a freelance writer specializing in renewable energy and associated topics.  To find out more or hire Adam for your own website, visit AdamKirkWriter.com. … Continue reading

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Carbon capture: transforming greenhouse gas into rock

This article was originally published by GotScience.org, which translates complex research findings into accessible insights on science, nature, and technology. Help keep GotScience free! Donate or visit our gift shop. For more science news subscribe to our weekly digest. A … Continue reading

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