The days of constructing energy-hogging buildings could soon be something considered so 2010.
With the thousands of minds and millions of dollars put into developing electric vehicle car batteries, it makes sense that companies are starting to "think outside the car."
A new report from Pike Research confirms what the United States, Europe and even Google are banking on: offshore wind is going to be huge.
The world's total wind power capacity, including both onshore and offshore projects, will triple by 2017, cleantech analyst Pike Research says in a new report.
We recently covered a report from Pike Research which predicts a big surge forward for offshore wind energy, estimating a growth in total installed capacity from 4.1 gigawatts to 70.1 gigawatts by the end of 2017.
Pike Research is out with a forecast for electric vehicles for 2011 that doesn't quite suggest the fuzzy, question-filled market will gain perfect clarity, but does predict a "year in which many … answers will come into greater focus."
Consumers were certainly quick to adopt hybrid cars when they debuted around a decade ago - particularly the Toyota Prius.
But will they do the same with the new plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) and electric vehicles (EVs)?