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Department of Energy funds companies developing superconducting, “gearless” turbines.
Not green at all, reports a study suggesting that the methane released by fracking and drilling makes it worse than coal.
A startup snags funding to start early work on a low-budget test reactor.
A portable plant might make it economical to transform huge amounts of logging “waste” into energy – right in the forest.
A new heater cable lowers the cost of separating oil-like fluid from rock.
Energy-saving process uses free heat to desalinate seawater.
High crude prices, cheap natural gas, and U.S. demand boost heavy oil profits—and greenhouse gases.
Findings show that turning biomass into electricity is more beneficial than turning it into transportation fuels.
A government-funded start-up claims it can make ionic liquid energy storage feasible.
Feed-in tariffs make the Canadian province a bright spot for photovoltaics.