Publications in GERMANY


BERLIN (AP) — Kraftwerk fans are used to hearing otherworldly tunes, but the German electronic music pioneers took it to another level at a gig in Stuttgart. Video posted Saturday by the European Space Agency shows German astronaut Alexander Gerst "

Why airports are perfect microgrid and resilient power candidates
By David J. Smith, director of energy services for Burns Engineering A version of this story first appeared on the Burns Engineering website and was shared exclusively with Solar Power World. At 12:55 p.m. on December 17, 2017, an electrical substat

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's Minister of Energy, Christian Pegel, was in attendance today as German utility WEMAG, in partnership with storage software leader Younicos, began construction on a project that will nearly triple the storage capacity of its
Platts
7/20/2018

Contrary to Donald Trump's tweets, Germany has not got rid of its coal plants just yet, not least because the government in Berlin is yet to come up with a clear line on the issue. In this S&P Global Platts Snapshot video, Andreas Franke, editorial

By Bill McKibben, posted Sep 10, 2014: If you’re a politician, science is a bitch; it resists spin. And a new set of studies—about, of all things, a simple molecule known as CH4—show that President Obama’s climate change stra

In September of 2007 the International Forum on Globalization held a Teach in Washington DC on climate change, peak oil and global resource depletion & extinction. Several Panel meetings addressed the many false solutions to the climate crisis that
Cost of Solar
11/26/2016

Connecticut enjoys one of the fastest-growing solar markets among the smaller US states. One reason is because the Nutmeg State actually receives more sunshine than most of the solar farms in Germany, with an average of close to 4.5 hours of direct

Overtourism was the focus of sessions at ITB Berlin and the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Global Summit earlier this year. It is also the focus of a new documentary released by activist travel company Responsible Travel. With the current global

In this week's podcast: We look at BP and how the company has been faring since the release of its report last week on the oil explosion of April 20. We talk to our correspondent Sheila McNulty in Houston, who has been following the fallout closely.

In this week's podcast: Fukushima update; Germany's shifting stance on nuclear; Opec cashes in on rising oil prices; and, your comments on Energy Source. Presented by Sylvia Pfeifer with Javier Blas and Kiran Stacey in the studio, Gerrit Wiesmann in



LCRA promotes water conservation by awarding $171,000 for projects in central Texas

LCRA promotes water conservation by awarding


IU, Kelley School and Whirlpool partnering on Habitat for Humanity campus build in Bloomington

IU, Kelley School and Whirlpool partnering on


Don’t Miss Washington’s Energy Future Conference

Don’t Miss Washington’s Energy Future Conference


World-renowned Wetlands Ecologist Robert Twilley to Deliver Opening Talk at National Conference

World-renowned Wetlands Ecologist Robert Twilley


Take advantage of smart residential solar inverter ‘common language’

Take advantage of smart residential solar inverter