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No other means of storing energy may be able to reach the scale required to run Germany on solar and wind power.
Advanced materials and smart design could lower turbine blade costs by 40 percent.
A design that’s impractical on land could be workable, and cheaper, offshore.
Electric cars arrive, and solar, batteries, biofuels, and engines all advance.
A new type of wind-turbine platform can be placed much farther from shore.
Utilities are installing devices that make ice at night to replace air-conditioning during times of peak power demand.
The CEO of Eni would like to see new, cheaper solar technologies.
Approval of Cape Wind could signal a boon in offshore wind projects.
Both Siemens and GE bet on direct-drive generators.