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The solar industry says incremental advances have made transformational technologies unnecessary.
A simpler design could reduce the cost of solar power generated by concentrating sunlight on Stirling engines.
GE is pushing the smart grid and thin-film solar, but don’t expect new kinds of nuclear reactors.
Solar technology that generates both heat and electricity could make solar energy practical in places that aren’t sunny.
ESolar expects to start up its large solar thermal plant soon.
The federal government is about to spend billions of dollars on renewable energy. In Part II of our series on the federal
stimulus bill, we look at the impact the spending will have on the future of solar power.
The secretary of energy talks with Technology Review about the future of nuclear power post Yucca Mountain and why fuel-cell cars have no future.
Skyline Solar, a new startup, is combining conventional technologies to lower solar-power costs.
Tiny boats made of nanomaterials are powered directly by sunlight.