Solar Roadways


Here we go again. Last week it was a wind turbine without a turbine that won the Internet. This week, a solar bike path in the Netherlands – a fun extravagance that has no hope of making a meaningful difference in anyone’s energy future – is drawing massive attention. What will it be next week? I predict… Keep reading →

Massive Solar Electricity Plant Provides Power To California Homes

It was No. 2 on Indiegogo’s list of “7 campaigns that will make the world a little (or a lot) better” late last week – right after Jet Ski for Goats – but Solar Roadways was No. 1 in grabbing the cash. The concept that proposes to replace the nation’s paved surfaces with solar panels… Keep reading →

Gulf Oil Spill Begins To Reach Land As BP Struggles To Contain Leak

The low-hanging fruit with regard to US shale resources may already be spoken for and the majors who came late to the game could be turning back to the large offshore conventional projects they know and execute efficiently. “Rather than continue in shale, which is likely to become a more expensive venture, large production companies… Keep reading →