With the rise of more and better ways of harvesting energy from renewable sources—not to mention a battery revolution—it should come as no surprise that …and more » #energy #power #climatechange
Imagine you are sipping your morning beverage 10 years from now. You open your source of news and learn that Hawaii has just achieved 100 percent renewable energy, generated from renewable sources indigenous to Hawaii and delivered through the grid to serve stationary loads. You wonder, “How did they do it?”
A National Lab Report
New energy science and technological breakthroughs could cut the cost of wind energy in half by 2030—making it fully competitive with the fuel cost of natural gas.This new finding is outlined in a report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) that examines the future of wind power plants—backed by the supercomputing power of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) national laboratories.