A new study carried out by independent experts from DNV GL has found that the European Commission’s draft Electricity Directive risks reducing the economic efficiency of demand response measures.
The results of energy-saving efforts earned them nearly $400,000 in commercial rebates from Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company.
The Carbon Trust has launched a new collaborative initiative, the Energy Systems Innovation Platform (ESIP) to help overcome barriers to clean energy deployment.
Action taken by the UK to tackle climate change has successfully reduced emissions while also reducing household energy bills according to the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).
Tokai University researchers have developed an innovative refrigerator powered only by waste heat using a multistage sound wave engine.