Photo-Physics and Renewable Energy Applications of Single-Walled Carbon...
Dec 18, 2011

Summary: Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) are two-dimensionally confined quantum wires that have the potential...

Opportunities and Challenges of Offshore Wind Energy
Dec 18, 2011

Offshore wind power can contribute extensively to a clean, robust, and diversified U.S. energy portfolio. Capturing...

Can Renewables Provide Big Energy in America's Electric Future?
Dec 3, 2011

Renewable energy sources currently provide about only about 10% of the nation’s electricity, with most of that...

Liquid Crystal Based Variable Light Attenuation for Switchable Solar Heat...
Dec 3, 2011

Energy loss through the windows remains a dominant obstacle in obtaining zero-energy buildings. In particular, for...

Search for Rare Earths, Key Materials for Energy Innovation
Dec 3, 2011

Rare earth minerals are difficult and expensive to mine. And like most mining activities, doing so results in...

Clean Energy and the Environment in America: The Colorado Story
Dec 3, 2011

The Center’s Director, Bill Ritter, was elected as Colorado’s 41st governor in 2006 - the first Colorado-born...

Addressing the Challenge of Truly Large Scale Photovoltaics
Nov 6, 2011

Addressing the Challenge of Truly Large Scale Photovoltaics: the Industrial and Thermodynamic Potentials of Organic...

Feasibility Of Predominant Wind And Solar Energy Over The 48 United States
Oct 29, 2011

It is widely believed that wind and solar power are too variable in time to supply a large percentage of energy...

Smart Materials for Architecture and Renewable Energy
Oct 29, 2011

The rapid developments in molecular sciences like nanotechnology, self-organizing molecular systems and biomaterials...

Energy Innovation/Smart Grid
Oct 9, 2011

Jason Bordoff is the Associate Director for Energy and Climate Change at the White House Council on Environmental...