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A California startup is cutting by half the amount of costly silicon used in solar panels.
Utilities are using the sun’s heat to boil water for steam turbines.
A new process uses sunlight and a nanostructured catalyst to inexpensively and efficiently generate hydrogen for fuel.
Advanced biofuels, more-efficient vehicles, and solar power top the most notable energy stories of 2007.
Researchers are harnessing solar energy to convert carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide, which can be used to make fuels.
Large-scale manufacturing techniques used to build LCDs could make solar power far more competitive.
Thermal-power plants that store heat for cloudy days could solve some of the problems with solar power.
Rocket scientist Franklin Chang Diaz talks about finding the power and propulsion required to colonize space.
A new solar laser could be instrumental in the quest to use magnesium as a source of energy.