Stanford scientists figure out a way to get hydrogen out of seawater. Does this matter? Every time the words “hydrogen fuel” come up, I want… Read More »How many solar panels does it take to fill up a hydrogen car?
Home owners are going solar, without having to put anything on their roof. Some time back, I explored whether it was worthwhile putting solar on… Read More »Community solar-plus-storage goes big in Massachusetts
The British government sees offshore wind as a genuine opportunity to lead. Yesterday, I wrote about new analysis suggesting the rate of decarbonization in Britain—which… Read More »By 2030, 1/3 of UK energy will come from offshore wind
A new study suggests we look to the past for guidance on how to cope going forward. There is much discussion about how climate change… Read More »Warming oceans have already reduced fish populations over past 70 years
Scientists have created a mobile bioprinter that when filled with a patient’s cells, prints skin directly into a wound. We’ve been writing about 3D printing… Read More »3D printing grows up, heals wounds by printing skin
The Florida legislation will go into effect in 2021 in an effort to protect the world’s third-largest barrier reef ecosystem. The planet’s coral reefs are… Read More »Key West to ban sunscreen with coral-harming chemicals
It’s an important inflection point. But a lot of work still remains. If we rewind a decade or so, all tree-hugging eyes were on Germany… Read More »Renewables overtook coal in Germany last year
That’s the worry about this Apollo Constellation engine. At Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Ben Elgin writes a story with the scary title This Silicon Valley Space Startup… Read More »Does this new rocket engine threaten to fill the atmosphere with mercury?