Alternative Energy eTrack — New Database at Princeton

Alternative Energy eTrack

“Statistical reports on alternative power sources including wind, hydro, solar, geothermal, bio, ocean, transportation biofuels, fuel cells along with energy storage, efficiency, and infrastructure; and carbon. Also includes electricity power prices.”
Source: Dirag Committee & Bobray Bordelon
Taken from our Articles & Databases listings.

PhysicsWeb addresses the Energy Problem

PhysicsWeb is the website/online version of Physics World, published by the IOP (Institute of Physics) and while it is most definitely not a new journal, it is definitely one to consider for selected physics news summaries. The current issue, July, 2007, has information about nuclear energy, hydrogen and fuel cells, as well as coal.