Report Examines Hidden Health and Environmental Costs Of Energy Production and Consumption In U.S.

2009-10-28T17:25:13+00:00

A new report from the National Research Council examines and, when possible, estimates "hidden" costs of energy production and use -- such as the damage air pollution imposes on human health -- that are not reflected in market prices of coal, oil, other energy sources, or the electricity and gasoline produced from them.  The report [...]

Report Examines Hidden Health and Environmental Costs Of Energy Production and Consumption In U.S.2009-10-28T17:25:13+00:00

Study Suggests Wind Power Potential Is Much Higher Than Current Estimates

2016-11-23T15:02:05+00:00

According to a Harvard University  study published last week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States, global wind energy potential is considerably higher than previous estimates.  An older study cited in the paper estimated the world wind power potential to be about seven times greater than current power consumption.  The new [...]

Study Suggests Wind Power Potential Is Much Higher Than Current Estimates2016-11-23T15:02:05+00:00