Todd Woody

environmental journalist

Guest

Environmental journalist who writes regularly for the New York Times and many other publications

Todd Woody on KCRW

The idea of getting energy from solar collectors in space has been around for a long time, but now the California Public Utilities Commission has given the green light  to launch a…

Going Where No Man Has Gone Before for Renewable Energy

The idea of getting energy from solar collectors in space has been around for a long time, but now the California Public Utilities Commission has given the green light to launch a…

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Last week, President Obama doled out  $3.4 billion in federal grants  for renewable energy projects including " smart meters ," designed to allow consumers to track the electricity…

The Cost of Renewable Energy

Last week, President Obama doled out $3.4 billion in federal grants for renewable energy projects including " smart meters ," designed to allow consumers to track the electricity…

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