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How trash can power your home

How trash can power your home Garbage is your new friend. That’s right, the waste that you produce is being used to light and power your home as we speak.

7 high-tech home hacks to help save on utility bills

This post is brought to you by our content partners at the Chicago Tribune. The fast-paced advance of technology has made it easier than ever to optimize home energy …

Energy Storage Enables More Energy Choice

You’ve heard a ton of news about Tesla’s new PowerWall but it’s more than just the one tech giant building a cool new gadget. Energy storage is a big …

The State of Our Utility Bills

Too busy to keep up with energy trends? We’ve got you covered. You shouldn’t need to follow a whole industry to save a few hundred bucks on your …

Smart Home Gadgets To Save You Money and Energy

By Adam Cecil of PolicyGenius For the last few years, we’ve heard the words “smart home” thrown around. The dream of internet-enabled products that can help you manage …

What Will An Electric Vehicle World Look Like?

Electric Vehicles Will Change How We See Energy Electric vehicles are one of the most disruptive technologies that has happened in the past decade. While still in their infancy, electric …

Solar Cells at The R&D Awards

What Are The R&D Awards? Earlier this month, the US Department of Energy held it’s annual R&D Awards. This was the 31st year of the awards, …

The Future of Energy Storage

Energy Storage What is Energy? At a very high level, energy is the ability to make something happen. There are two types of energy, potential energy and kinetic energy. These …

What’s the Future Of Energy?

What is the Future of Energy in 50 Years? Our world will be a vastly different place in the year 2064. With the rapid technologic innovations in the past decade, …

Energy Department Invests $10 Million in Grid Upgrades

The Energy Department is investing 10,000,000 in Grid Upgrades These upgrades will span throughout 5 states (California, Hawaii, Missouri, North Carolina and Washington) to make the Grid more reliable. Technology …