College of Ag, Biotech and Natural Resources leads research project at University of Nevada, Reno
Secretary Moniz Announces Clean Energy Technologies are Accelerating in the U.S. Marketplace According to New Revolution…Now Report
Development and Deployment of Wind, Solar, EV, and LED Technologies in the U.S. are Helping to Grow America's Low-Carbon Economy and Combat Climate Change
Following the huge success of its second edition in 2014, which registered the participation of more than 200 delegates from 40 different countries worldwide, SUM 2016 - 3rd Symposium on Urban Mining will be held in the suggestive former Monastery of Saint Augustine in Bergamo's upper city, from 23rd to 25th of May 2016. The Symposium is organized by IWWG - International Waste Working Group and it will last three days, including oral sessions, a poster session and a technical tour.
The sixth edition of the Venice Symposium will take place from 14 to 17 November 2016 in Venice and will focus as per tradition on the advances made in the application of technologies for energy recovery from biomass and waste and to encourage discussion in these fields.
Industry chief calls on UK Government to end uncertainty over future support for sector
Broad Patent Describes New Vacuum Infusion Technology
Kantor Energy Ltd., selected Turboden Srl to supply the clean electricity generation equipment. Turboden's ORC unit will generate more than 6.5 MW of electricity, utilizing around 55,000 tonnes of waste timber wood from demolition sites as carbon neutral fuel, and it is expected to cut greenhouse emissions by approximately 12,700 tonnes of CO2e per year, the equivalent of taking 5,700 cars off the road for the life of the project.
Analysis shows opportunity for investment and economic growth with policies that make it easier for large companies to use wind and solar to power their operations in Missouri
China's Non-Hydropower Renewable Installed Capacity Will More than Triple to 609 Gigawatts by 2025, says GlobalData
The company's report* states that China has made considerable progress in renewable power over recent years.
By Emily Cassidy, Research Analyst for EWG.org: Biofuels produced from switchgrass and post-harvest corn waste could significantly reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change, according to an analysis by EWG and University of California biofuels experts. EWG’s analysis found that the life cycle carbon intensity of cellulosic ethanol from switchgrass was 47 percent lower than that of gasoline. Ethanol made from corn stover – the leaves and stalks that remain in the field after the grain is harvested – has a life-cycle carbon intensity 96 percent lower than gasoline’s. By contrast, studies have found that the life cycle carbon intensity of corn ethanol is greater than that of gasoline (Mullins et al. 2010, EPA, 2010a). Yet current federal policies strongly favor the production of conventional biofuels such as corn ethanol at the expense of lower-carbon alternatives. View full article...
The automated algorithms will assess crop health and productivity using aerial farm imagery collected by satellites and drones
Minnesota Municipal Power Agency's renewable energy facility wins honors from American Biogas Council
Installation of Biogas Technology Will Create Renewable Natural Gas at Smithfield Foods' Ruckman Farm by Mid-2016
Facilities to Connect to Grid in 2015
In September Turboden agreed on a contract with MB Holding, one of the largest Turkish Geothermal developers. The new 16.5 MWe power plant features state-of-the-art technical solutions for geothermal power plants, maximizing the project return.
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In the monitoring of large photovoltaic (Utility Scale), in assessing potential sites (Solar-assessment), or in up and coming electricity cost saving initiatives projects (Commercial & Industrial), the WS510 now provides the market a secondary standard pyranometer, ultrasonic wind speed, ultrasonic wind direction, temperature, pressure and humidity all in a single unit.. This sensor meets the high demands of the world meteorological organization (WMO) through the active valving at air temperature measurement and the inertia- and maintenance-free measurement of wind speed and wind direction on the ultrasonic principle. Equipped with a Kipp & Zonen pyranometer of the secondary standards, the WS510-UMB Compact weather sensor from Lufft unites the precision of a variety of meteorological individual sensors in a single all-in-one device, for the first time.