How I helped make better solar panels, and how you can

As you might perhaps have read in an earlier blog post, I am giving part of my computer calculation capacities to scientific projects close to my heart such as cancers, AIDS and of course, solar energy via the World Community Grid. As I was wondering if all this energy – and thus money – had… Continue reading How I helped make better solar panels, and how you can

Feeling down about climate ? Read this

Given how climate change is VERY serious and how little we are currently working on it, it’s easy to feel a bit under the weather. No wonder more and more people are feeling anxious about their near future or what world they will leave to their children. This week I came across two posts on… Continue reading Feeling down about climate ? Read this

A cleantech revolution is taking place in the USA

I really enjoy infographics as they enable to gather a lot of information in a few moments. The latest I found via Twitter (see left) is on how a cleantech revolution is already taking place in the United States of America. Indeed, since 2007, energy efficiency, renewables like solar and wind (as well as natural… Continue reading A cleantech revolution is taking place in the USA

Every company needs a corporate energy manager

This was the title of a great article published on CleanTechies. Focusing on the energy part of the Chief Sustainability Officer – my green dream job – it is bringing a lot of interesting informations and examples. Advocating improved energy purchasing and efficiency, I believe it should be read by any business-minded person or manager… Continue reading Every company needs a corporate energy manager

An image is worth a thousand words

Nothing could be more true with infographics as they combine data and images. As Cool Infographics notesĀ  “Charts and graphs can communicate data; Infographics turn data into information.” This is a fantastic tool to understand complex topics like energy in general or for example how the United States rely too much on foreign oil andĀ … Continue reading An image is worth a thousand words