Offshore Wind: Europe's EUR 90 Billion Funding Gap

We believe that European governments need to address two problems in order to get Europe's offshore wind plans back on track: the cumbersome permitting process, and the cost of grid connections.

Performance Standards For Solar Modules And Collectors - Why They Are Important?

Guidelines and standards provide a level playing field for all parties. Retailers, purchasing agencies and consumers must be able to evaluate the merits of solar devices based on a common set of industry-approved standards if we hope to achieve broad market penetration.

Small Hydro System At Backwoods Solar Homestead

At the driest time of year, our creek measures about 3 feet wide by 3-4 inches deep and a five-gallon bucket and stopwatch suggested we had over 300 gpm flowing past our intake site. Wow, lots of potential.

Solar Energy Potential At Different Latitudes

I was surprised to see that, in Germany, where they receive a fewer amount of energy with respect to other countries, by the end of 2003 had clearly invested more in solar panels than many other countries which get more solar energy than them.

Sustainable Energy: What's it All About?

The first in a series that explores the future of sustainable energy across British Columbia

The Advantages of LED Lights

The key strength of LED lighting systems is in their low power consumption and durability. On average led based lighting systems will use 10%-20% of the power consumption of their incandescent counterparts.

The Prius Controversy: Is there really a problem?

Based on my review of the reports, there appear to be four areas of concern and three corrective measures which have been taken by Toyota dealerships.

The right water treatment after rainwater harvesting

For the rainwater to be fit for human consumption, it is important that the water goes through the following processes. Screening, settling, filtering and disinfection.

Tips for Purchasing the Most Energy Efficient Clothes Washer

When buying a clothes washer, it can be helpful to think of two price tags. The first price tag is the price paid to purchase the washer. The second price tag is the cost to operate the washer over its lifetime.

Working the Soil and Shifting the Paradigm:

For the modern home gardener, it may take a personal "revolution" to shift your gardening paradigm away from using harmful chemicals, as chemical gardening is generally seen as less work than organic gardening.

NREL Expo to Showcase Energy Products and Services Solar and Building Technologies for Homes and Businesses Featured

The Expo will feature educational presentations, children's activities, and a showcase of energy products and services for homes and businesses. It is free to the public.

Strawhouse Market - A solar-powered straw bale natural foods store is having its grand opening in Helena, Montana…. a truly 'green' building!

Its construction is post & beam, but in filled with baled straw utilizing a three-coat cement-based plaster on the interior and exterior wall surfaces to provide superior thermal & noise insulation, as well as an exceptional fire shield versus standard "stick" wall construction.

EDTA Applauds Passage of Comprehensive Energy Bill; "A Positive Start to Transforming Transportation"

The Energy bill (H.R. 6) is on its way for signature by the President. It includes tax credits for hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, research and development for advanced technology vehicles, and EPAct fleet program modifications.

Canadian Report Ignores 99% of Green Heat

An assessment prepared for the Canadian government on the installed capacity of renewable energy sources, ignores more than 99% of the Green Heat facilities in the country.

Canada Funds $1 Million to Develop Net-Zero Homes

The federal government in Canada will contribute $1 million to launch the first phase of a net zero energy housing initiative that initially will install solar PV panels for green power, and later include geothermal heat pumps for green heat.

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