Originally published at ILSR.org Electricity customers are lining up to generate their own clean, affordable solar energy, but to get it to them, solar developers must navigate the impediments of a congested and outdated electricity grid. For this episode of the Local
It's not just about time spent in bed.
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Scientists have found one of the world's rarest chameleons again after fearing the species was extinct due to shrinking forests.
The infected chipmunks had no known contact with people.
Two hundred fifty-two million years ago, much of life on planet Earth was dying.
Lake Huron sinkhole surprise: The rise of oxygen on early Earth linked to changing planetary rotation rate
The rise of oxygen levels early in Earth's history paved the way for the spectacular diversity of animal life. But for decades, scientists have struggled to explain the factors that controlled this gradual and stepwise process, which unfolded over nearly
New research led by the University of Bristol demonstrates that a decline in the concentration of atmospheric CO2 played a major role in driving Earth's climate from a warm greenhouse into a cold icehouse world around 34 million years ago.
Creativity from 60,000 years ago.
The Indiana subsidiary of AES Corp. will acquire and oversee the building of a 250-MW solar and 180-MWh energy storage facility in that state. AES Indiana is acquiring the Petersburg Solar Project in Pike County, Ind., from NextEra Energy Resources LLC,
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