Wind Energy is Growth is Accelerating

Quietly, persistently, and completely imperceptibly to folks who don’t drive the nation’s flatlands often, wind power has become a significant force. Wind energy supplied 4.7 percent of the total electricity generated in the U.S. in 2015, according to the Global Wind Energy Council and the U.S. Energy Information Administration. And in 12 states (including Maine, Colorado and... Continue Reading →


Renewable Energy is Adding Jobs 12 Faster Than the Rest of the Economy

A great deal of misinformation is floating about regarding just how important leading-edge energy technologies are to our economy. The fact is, a new energy infrastructure has emerged in the United States, and the U.S. is now, by every international measure, the world leader in energy innovation. That means recently developed and currently emerging technologies... Continue Reading →

Visit Our New Blog

  We have a new blog. The blog continues to feature information on energy innovations and inspirations, but now covers a much greater number of subjects, including renewable energy and energy efficiency advancements, notices of new grant and loan guarantee opportunities, and news briefs related to the environment, plastic pollution in the oceans, and climate... Continue Reading →

Vapor Drive: “The Little Engine That Could” … revolutionize power equipment

By Craig Evans, Renewable Energy Consulting Services, VaporDrive:  "Putting the Power Back into Power Equipment" TODAY'S SMALL COMBUSTION ENGINE is at best only 60% efficient in converting energy from fuel consumed into work completed.  The innovative VaporDrive engine is 95% in overall efficiency.  It has only 13 moving parts (see illustration below).  It is... Continue Reading →

American International BioSugars (AIB): Creating Sugar from Biomass

By Craig Evans, Renewable Energy Consulting Services, American International BioSugars, headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida, has developed a cost-effective process for converting biomass and cellulosic wastes into a sugar solution.  The sugar produced by AIB’s scalable plug-and-play design is made up primarily of glucose, as well as other high-value sugars, such as xylose.... Continue Reading →

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