The stimulus for projects and technology development is promising,
but meeting energy and climate challenges will take much more than
that, in the US and globally.
The return of science, the enormous task, the Apollo-like effort required,
and ideas for remaking the nation's energy infrastructure.
The state of thin-film solar cells, getting 20 percent of our electricity
from photovoltaics, over 2 billion people without electricity, and
the lack of political leadership on energy.
Whole-systems energy research, solid-oxide fuel cells, energy demand
and research budgets.
Second- and third-generation solar cells, industry's importance, sharing
technology, China, and the cost-competitiveness of photovoltaics.
Hydrogen from water, the importance of nanotubes, wars and the end
of the free energy ride.
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