First Wind Announces Opening of Applications for the Fifth Year of its Scholarship Program
New Energy Technologies SolarWindow™ Recipient of 2013 Energy Innovation Award from Energy Business Review (EBR)
The award recognizes the most promising projects with the potential to become trendsetters in the global energy sector.
Submits state application for 23 towers after four years of research and local outreach
Enphase sees over 200% year-over-year growth in California during the third quarter of 2013
The power generated will be delivered to the Town of Billerica, Massachusetts
Green building consultant, speaker & author, Jerry Yudelson has announced his annual list of major green building trends that will affect the industry in 2014 and beyond.
Combining expertise and capabilities to provide more economical and speedy solutions for the Japan megasolar market
Leading Field Service Providers Jointly Deliver Nationwide Coverage for Operations, Maintenance
One of the Largest Wind Power Generation Projects to be Built in Sub-Saharan Africa ---- Iberdrola Engineering to Build the 61-Megawatt Wind Farm; Aeolus Kenya Developing Project ---- Planned Energy Mix Will Give Kenya's Population the Reliability of Supply and Contribute to the Social and Economic Development of Kenya ---- GE to Provide 38 1.6-MW Wind Turbines and Operations and Maintenance for 10 Years
Technology Potentially Could Create a Clean, Renewable Source of Energy
The idea starts with the liquid carbon dioxide which is increasingly envisioned as a solution to global climate change. The CO2 is captured at the source from fossil fuel burning electrical generation facilities. For efficient storage, the CO2 is compressed into a liquid, which can be pumped deep into the earth, to be trapped in the same porous rock beds which once provided oily reservoirs. But instead of just storing the CO2 underground, the COS would feed what is described as a "cross between a typical geothermal power plant and the Large Hadron Collider." Liquid CO2 would be pumped into horizontal wells set up in concentric rings deep in the earth. Carbon dioxide flows through the porous rock bed deep in the earth more quickly than water, collecting as much heat more easily. More importantly, the CO2 expands more than water when heated, so the pressure differential between the CO2 pumped into the ground and the heated CO2 is much greater than the pressure differential of the water making the same loop. The amount of energy that can be generated depends on this pressure differential -- and is therefore substantially greater in CPG than in traditional geothermal plants. The CO2 expands so much that the pressure alone can carry the heated CO2 back to the surface, an effect referred to as a "thermo-siphon". The thermo-siphon makes the use of pumps for recovering the hot CO2 unnecessary, reducing the energy costs required to generate the geothermal electricity for a higher overall efficiency.
Global Clean Energy, Inc. is a waste-to-energy conversion solutions company, focusing on using available and developing technologies to convert waste into commercially viable energy, a process the company refers to as Reforming Environmental Salvage into Clean Usable Energy (R.E.S.C.U.E.).
Design allows for full immersion of the cable core in water
Onshore wind in South Africa valued at €1.4billion as Siemens, Eskom, G7 and Standard Bank reveal th
Four experts in South African wind revealed their views of the market and what strategy they are adopting in its approach. With booming global interest as Chinese and European firms successfully move into the space and as much as 2000MW of approved capacity to date, the emerging market is onshore w
Pear Energy, clean energy provider for homes and businesses nationwide, is now offering solar power as part of its renewable energy purchase program. The company recently signed a deal to source solar energy via renewable energy credits (RECs) from 14 MW of solar projects developed through GRU.
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