NREL Supporting Teachers and Students in Distance Learning

Innovative programs⁠—funded through the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Wind Energy Technologies Office Wind for Schools (WfS) project⁠—are serving as an important resource as parents and educators struggle to find a balance in what has been dubbed the new normal.  “Wind for Schools is an initiative from DOE to help ensure that students are introduced to the wind energy industry in a constructive way,” said Ian Baring-Gould, technology deployment manager at NREL.

NREL Supporting Teachers and Students in Distance Learning

Innovative programs⁠—funded through the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Wind Energy Technologies Office Wind for Schools (WfS) project⁠—are serving as an important resource as parents and educators struggle to find a balance in what has been dubbed the new normal.  “Wind for Schools is an initiative from DOE to help ensure that students are introduced to the wind energy industry in a constructive way,” said Ian Baring-Gould, technology deployment manager at NREL.

Dulas and Leosphere Announce Partnership

Celebrated renewable energy specialist Dulas, has partnered with world-leading remote sensing company Leosphere, a Vaisala company. This newly minted partnership gives Dulas exclusive British and Irish distribution rights for Leosphere’s WindCube product and services.

$400 Million Renewable Biodiesel Plant to Be Built in Illinois

The City of Newton, Illinois, Jasper County, and St. Joseph Renewable Fuels, LLC announced plans to build a $400 million renewable diesel plant in Southern Illinois that envisions utilizing innovative technologies and a new health care protocol to test and certify a COVID-19 free workforce. The 40-acre site in Newton is within a federally designated Opportunity Zone, and is believed to be one of the largest projects proposed under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 that was designed to revive economically distressed communities in the U.S..

Responding to “Planet of the Humans”: An interview with Leah Stokes with contributions from Michael Mann and Zeke Hausfather

This interview forms part 2 of REM’s reponse to Michael Moore’s film “Planet of the Humans”, which has received a not insubstantial amount of criticism from climate scientists, environmentalists and the global clean energy industry in general. REM talked to Assistant professor of Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Leah Stokes and renowned and well respected climate scientists Michael Mann and Zeke Hausfather for an even closer look at the movie’s claims.