Thirty-one of the largest U.S. science societies—collectively representing millions of scientists—sent a letter to Congress this week urging lawmakers to recognize anthropogenic climate change and take decisive action to combat it and its effects. “The letter continues the decades-long efforts of the scientific community to persuade Congress to act on the climate crisis,” says Sarah […]
A German start-up has figured out how to cram an entire solar power plant into a shipping container. It has sent its first kits to off-grid villages in Africa, where they provide a new source of clean, affordable electricity after just two hours of assembly. More than 620 million people in sub-Saharan Africa have no access […]
Portfolios of projects larger than 1 megawatt benefit from commercial experience and economies of scale that communities may not be able to access on their own, and they can deliver real savings at no upfront cost to community members. Community-supported development can tap into these benefits by seeking inclusive access, where the intention to make […]
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Why are we falling all over ourselves creating an electric vehicle recharging infrastructure? According to its website, Tesla plans to build “Supercharger” stations along major highways to charge its Model S and Model X cars in minutes instead of hours. In fact, why build even one more charging station? We don’t need them. Indeed, if […]