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Mimicking the bumps on humpback-whale fins could lead to more efficient wind turbines.
BrightSource’s 370-megawatt facility near Las Vegas is taking shape, but the future of solar thermal is much more fuzzy.
Solar manufacturers like Suntech are struggling. Hundreds need to die for the industry to recover.
Using nickel as a catalyst rather than platinum could also mean less-expensive fuels cells.
Companies in Germany and China have made simpler designs that make it easier and quicker to mount panels to roofs.
Magnesium-ion batteries promise to be cheaper and more energy-dense than lithium-ion ones.
Tesla’s profitable cars, cheap LEDs, half-price nuclear, and cheaper carbon capture are highlights of this year’s progress in clean energy.
Free-piston engines could be used to generate electricity as efficiently as, and less expensively than, fuel cells.
In a letter to President Obama, the editors of MIT Technology Review argue that addressing climate change must take top priority in the next four years.
Researchers consider plug-in hybrids charged by stationary solar arrays a better bet.