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The government’s energy research agency is spending $30 million to demonstrate cheap solar power that’s available day and night.
A new trick could reduce the energy needed for many industrial processes and make solar thermal energy much cheaper.
The company thinks adding solar-thermal technology to its natural-gas plants will make them run more cheaply and efficiently
Startup BrightSource announces a new system that could allow future solar plants to run at night.
A pilot plant at a winery not only generates electricity, it heats the water.
New legislation might slow green technology investment, but other laws could help pick up the slack.
Federal funds could help 15 gigawatts of solar projects move forward.