The goal is to bring 10 GW of electricity to 20 million households over the next five years.
Fossil fuel groups are spending many millions to undercut renewable energy. It's time to fight back.
Against a backdrop of regulatory uncertainty and a global recession, the industry is entering a period of rapid change.
Amory Lovins dispels the many criticisms about the promise of hydrogen that have popped up lately.
Dennis Weaver, the well-known actor, has been walking his talk for years, first with his Earthship home and next with his Institute of Ecolonomics. This spring he’ll be driving his talk with “Drive to Survive,” a cross-country journey from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. demonstrating the viability of alternative-fuel vehicles. A convoy of alternative-fueled vehicles powered by hydrogen, electricity, compressed natural gas, biodiesel, methanol and ethanol will travel on a 3- week, 11-city media and publicity tour promoting clean-burning, renewable energies. When it crosses the finish line in Washington DC. on Capitol Hill, Weaver will deliver a 100,000-signature petition to President Bush and the US Congress illustrating our commitment to technologies that will free us from dependency on foreign oil.The Drive to Survive builds on the momentum of the Institutes’ Drive for Life 2001, a 1,000-mile course from Los Angeles to Denver along segments of historic Route 66. Dennis Weaver founded the nonprofit Institute of Ecolonomics in 1993 to demonstrate that creating a symbiotic relationship between a strong economy and a healthy ecology is the formula for a sustainable future. You can add your name to the petition or download a copy and collect signatures. Drive to Survive: [sorry this […]