LED Bulbs by Walmart On Sale For Less Than $10 Across The U.S.

LED lights reduce energy bills, this is what we all know. We also know that they require an initial investment, which might prevent us...

UC Professor’s Device Produces Energy from Evaporating Water

Scientists from Columbia University have built a device that generates electricity from evaporating water. Over the years people have found many different ways to generate...

Apple May Enter the Renewable Energy Market

Apple may be planning to sell electricity power to the U.S. markets. The company just filed a request to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission...

New Material on the Cutting Edge of Alternative Energy Produced

A compound that is used for lubrication has found a new application, err, actually at least two – as a supercapacitor and hydrogen catalyst....

Paper Assesses Energy Development’s Impact on Wildlife

Scientists from Colorado State University’s Warner College of Natural Resources, George Wittemyer and Joseph Northrup, have published a paper assessing the impact of booming...

Chernobyl to Get a Second Life as a Solar Power Plant

Chernobyl gets a second chance as Ukrainian government considers turning the site into a massive solar power plant. Ever since the nuclear disaster back in...

Bacteria Can Drive Tiny Wind Farms to Generate Electricity

Scientists from Oxford University have found that bacteria can group into tiny wind farms and generate renewable energy. Renewable energy is continuously on the rise....

Europe Has Too Much Wind/Solar Energy, Supergrid Needed

The development of alternative energy has to go hand in hand with a reinforcement of the electrical grid, otherwise the latter will eventually become so busy and will cap the production to its capacity. Such is the case with Germany's grid, which is an example of an imbalanced structure of solar and wind energy harvesters on one hand and the outdated grid, on the other.