Joshua S Hill for CleanTechnica: A new study has concluded that transitioning to wind and solar power would be a cheaper option for the United Kingdom to replace its coal fleet than using biomass electricity generation. According to a new study published this week by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and conducted by London-based Vivid Economics, which examined the full system costs of renewable energy technologies like wind and solar in comparison to biomass as a replacement for the UK's coal fleet, wind and solar came out as the cheaper option. The UK already uses a lot of biomass for electricity generation, with the report concluding that "biomass supplies the lion's share" of the country's renewable electricity generation. However, as the authors of the report note: "…recent science shows that many forms of biomass produce more carbon emissions than fossil fuels like coal and natural gas-especially biomass from forests-increasing carbon pollution precisely when the United Kingdom aims to rapidly decarbonise its electricity sector." Cont'd...
Centre for Incubation, Innovation, Research & Consultancy - (CIIRC), Jyothy Institute of Technology & ALTA Energy Technologies Private Ltd has signed a strategic partnership agreement to strengthen their collaboration around existing R&D projects.
"CIIRC" is actively engaged in research in the domains of autonomous systems, water, energy & environment, micro & nanotechnology, affordable biomedical devices, biopolymers, ancient Indian sciences, biosensors, biofuels, energy materials, big data analytics, VLSI, Embedded Systems, etc
Zen HQ delivers unprecedented cost reductions and simplicity, rolls out with National Stores
Ideal Power announces that their B-TRAN™ device has been successfully fabricated
Energy suppliers face change. New forms of alternative energies, new network technologies and the transition to the digital world all present challenges. There are lessons to be learned about how to make the new world work.
The need for renewable energy is high, but governments need to commit to salvation of the future. Short-term goals shouldn't come at the cost of our future.
sonnen celebrates a milestone today at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the McKnight Lane Affordable Housing Development in Waltham, Vermont, the first net-zero, low-income rental housing development in the country.
After a long streak of losses, solar panel prices eventually stabilize this week. Major module manufacturers have been squeezed by the rapidly increasing prices of cells and wafers so as to leave the solar panel prices unchanged, although they are actually planning to adjust their prices upwards, particularly in the regions where solar panel prices were mostly suppressed, such as China and India. Although the demand improves globally, it is still fragile. As a result of a mild demand recovery, major module makers hesitate to raise the prices immediately, leading the solar panel prices to stabilize this week.
America's First Home Energy Security Plan Available for Just $1 Per Day
"Zero Emissions. Zero Compromise." - New Campaign Highlights Excitement and Benefits of Fuel Cell Vehicles
The new "Zero Emissions. Zero Compromise." campaign emphasizes the driving excitement of emissions-free fuel cell vehicles and the important roles that fuel cells and hydrogen play by fostering technological innovation, curbing emissions, and increasing U.S. energy independence.
The grid is undergoing a revolution due to the introduction of new energy resources like solar & wind. In order to gain control of these resources and maintain supply & demand of electricity, utilities need to radically increase the number of grid control points while minimizing security vulnerabilities presented by automation & interconnectivity.
8minutenergy Initiates Development Platform Capital Raise and Investment Opportunity into Over 500 MW of Projects With Long Term PPAs and $1 Billion Enterprise Value
8minutenergy announces it is initiating a capital raising process to support the development of its 5.5 GW utility-scale solar PV project pipeline with BofA Merrill Lynch as its financial advisor.
Nicholas K. Geranios for AP: Scott Brusaw has a vision for the nation's roads. He believes the solar-powered glass pavers his company makes could transform thousands of miles of pavement into a new energy source. His business, Solar Roadways, recently unveiled its first public installation, in a downtown plaza in this northern Idaho resort town. It's 150 square feet of hexagon-shaped solar panels that people can walk and bicycle on. The company is working on proof that the panels, for which it has a patent, are strong enough and have enough traction to handle motor vehicles, including semitrailers. "Our plan is to replace all the asphalt and concrete," said Brusaw, noting concrete occupies over 48,000 square miles in the U.S. "If you cover it with solar panels, we can make three times our energy needs." Solar Roadways is among a growing number of companies embracing renewable energy as the U.S. aims to reduce carbon emissions by one-third from 2005 levels by 2030. Cont'd...
Ballard Power Systems today announced the commissioning and deployment of 10 fuel cell-powered buses in the City of Yunfu, in the Province of Guangdong, China.
IRENA analysis of more than 3,500 cities charts course to increase renewable energy in urban settings
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