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The Future of Solar: Black Silicon

The Future of Solar: Black Silicon

Like many other alternative energy industries, solar energy companies suffer from one major problem: the cost of production is simply too high for solar energy to take place on a large scale. Federal subsidies exist to alleviate some of the cost associated with solar, but these are largely misguided subsidies that favor a few companies ...

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Alternative Insulation

Alternative Insulation

It simply is not feasible for every American family to keep the house on high heat all winter, especially for families that live in areas where winter can last for several months. With some prep work prior to cold weather ...

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Algae Biofuel: The Next Big (Or Little) Thing?

Algae Biofuel: The Next Big (Or Little) Thing?

In a country that is working to establish energy independence, every energy possibility is being thoroughly explored in the hopes of finding oil’s replacement. Wind and solar face issues with being incorporated into the national electricity infrastructure and still don’t ...

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Natural Ways To Have More Energy

Natural Ways To Have More Energy

Most of us could use a bit more energy during the day. Whether it’s a groggy feeling in the morning, afternoon drowsiness, or a general sluggishness throughout the day, nearly all adults wish they had a little bit more spring ...

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Achieving American Energy Independence

Achieving American Energy Independence

Every president since Ronald Reagan has promised to achieve American energy independence, and each president has failed. It is time to put an end to the rhetorically powerful speeches that promise energy independence and adapt real strategies that can achieve ...

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Avoiding Another Solyndra

Avoiding Another Solyndra

Solyndra was not the first alternative energy company to receive federal funding with little promise of repayment, nor will they be the last unless we make drastic changes to the way the federal government currently doles out assistance to energy ...

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