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Tweet I’ll be doing a series of guest posts this month on the topics of biomimicry and renewable energy for a colleague’s blog. Energy Resources for North Carolina Teachers focuses on bringing alternative energy information and activities to school kids from K-12. If you teach, check out the blog or attend one of their workshops. [...]
Just what kind of energy were people writing about in the early 1800′s and why are we still using it?!
If you feed a dinosaur, you get a bigger dinosaur. Just don’t come complaining to me when it eats you.
Renewable energy requires more than just technological innovation – it’s forcing us to look at our business models in new and creative ways.
Tweet Everyone’s favorite bright yellow family took a satiric look at renewable energy this week. After receiving an exorbitant energy bill, the Simpsons decide to visit a renewable energy trade show to get themselves off the grid. The jokes fly pretty fast, so pay close attention to see the battle between switchgrass ethanol and corn [...]
TweetOld habits die hard, and almost 10 years working in research labs gave me a strange desire to read scientific journal articles. My field has changed, but I was happy to find there are plenty of journals that focus on energy generation, building science, and sustainability. I’ll cover the highlights from time to time. Picture [...]
TweetThere was an excellent article from Fast Company last week about the battle for our country’s energy future, and it smacks of the classic David vs. Goliath. Our current energy infrastructure is like an ailing heart patient: it was strong in its heyday, but now its been patched and prodded and if you give it [...]