Generating Power from the Roads

As scientists and companies work on cleaning up cars, there’s also a team developing new technology along a road in rural Georgia in the United… Read More

U.S. News Delves Into the State of Transportation in America

Meet Georgia’s Solar Road

Using roads to make power and toilet paper

A highway in the US state of Georgia is being used as an experiment to try out alternative uses for roads. View on… Read More

TOTO Donates Low Flow Toilets to The Ray

July 3, 2018 (West Point, GA) — Last week, TOTO donated and installed 15 low flow toilets and flush valves at the Georgia Visitor Information… Read More

ODP – Exclusive Interview with Harriet Langford

Our Daily Planet’s first and exclusive interview with Harriety Langford, President of The Ray, and Trustee of the Ray C. Anderson… Read More

Solar Highways for the 21st Century

Do you recall my column Solar highway provides a guiding light to the future? This column was about The Ray, which is an 18-mile stretch… Read More

Experimental Solar Road In Georgia Is Paving a New Way

The first solar roadway in the U.S. debuted on an 18-mile stretch of I-85 in southwestern Georgia.  It’s called the Ray C. Anderson Memorial… Read More

ROW Owners Allow the Bees to Tell Their Stories

There are so many utilities and other right-of-way owners out there that are providing a commendable contribution to the environment and conservation, but the sustainability… Read More

The Ray partners with the University of Texas, Austin on right-of-way solar research

June 18, 2018 (Atlanta, GA) — The Ray and the Energy Institute at the University of Texas, Austin will partner to create ground-breaking research in… Read More

Study probes paving all US highway shoulders with solar panels

The aim is to let each of the 50 states calculate how much solar energy, and revenue, they could generate on these shoulders, known as… Read More

Op Ed: Roadsides working better for you

Did you know that one in three bites of food that you eat is the result of hard-working pollinators? There are 3,500 species… Read More