While Germany Is Headed for 80% Renewable Energy, We’re Getting Left in the Dust

Reprinted from Alternet By Tara Lohan Osha Gray Davidson discusses his new book “Clean Break,” about the keys to Germany’s success with renewables and why the U.S. is getting its butt kicked. When you think of places with great potential for solar energy, what comes to mind? Maybe the American Southwest, perhaps the Middle East. […]

Where is Renewable Energy Use Increasing Most Rapidly?

Among the interesting factoids on this chart: “California produces more geothermal, solar and wind power than all other states combined.” [Via: Carrington College’s Renewable Energy Degree Program]