Can Renewable Energy Benefit American Agriculture?

Can Renewable Energy Benefit American Agriculture?

As originally published on kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu The economic and energy footprint of the American agricultural industry is considerable. In 2014, on-farm operations consumed 1,714 trillion Btu of energy– close to 2 percent of the country’s total energy consumption...
Why renewables became so cheap so fast?

Why renewables became so cheap so fast?

As originally published on www.wefourm.org The world’s energy supply today is neither safe nor sustainable. What can we do to change this and make progress against this twin-problem of the status quo? To see the way forward we have to understand the present. Today...
Solar is now ‘Cheapest Electricity in History’

Solar is now ‘Cheapest Electricity in History’

As originally published on carbonbrief.org The world’s best solar power schemes now offer the “cheapest…electricity in history” with the technology cheaper than coal and gas in most major countries. That is according to the International Energy Agency’s World Energy...