Responding to what they called a rash of complaints about commercial solar developments in residential areas, officials voted unanimously Wednesday to put a hold on new projects until it can craft a county-wide policy.
If you're like most people considering an electric car, you might have found it hard to estimate what it'll cost to drive the thing. But now the Department of Energy has made that comparison a little easier.
Wood and straw are among the waste products our society produces in the greatest abundance, so it would be great to find a way to turn them into a clean-burning liquid fuel. Could genetic engineering help?
News and analysis about renewable energy in California. Blog host Chris Clarke is an environmental writer of two decades standing. He currently lives in Joshua Tree and can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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