One of the UK's leading renewable energy companies has accused the Government of ‘sitting on its hands' in the face of Britain's looming energy crisis.
The GEA Board resolution notes that "the Salton Sea Known Geothermal Resource Area (SSKGRA) is one of the greatest opportunities for new geothermal energy development in the United States."
Cape Wind has consistently won a series of legal challenges brought by project opponents
Renewable thermal technologies are a win-win, helping our environment and saving money for consumers.
A new record for the largest solar park on trackers in Scandinavia
SETL meeco Ltd. to provide clean energy access on the whole island
'GenKey' is Plug Power's First All-Inclusive Offering and Incorporates Fuel Cells, Hydrogen Infrastructure, Maintenance Service
Support from the environmental community is crucial for Icebreaker to secure the permits it needs to begin construction.
Honor recognizes firm's commitment to sustainability and reducing its carbon footprint
“What if you could scoop the air? Scoop it and move it downward, amplifying its kinetic energy along the way, concentrate it to a single point of intensity, the way a magnifying glass concentrates sunlight to a single incendiary point?” Dr. Daryoush Allaei, an engineer and founder of Sheerwind, an innovative wind power company, is concentrating his unique thought process on harnessing wind energy in new ways. “And assuming you could do this technically, could you do it on a large enough scale to make it economically feasible?” Allaei writes in his company description. “More to the point, could you generate energy so inexpensively that it stages a renaissance?” Sheerwind is pushing the boundaries of wind power innovation with its bladeless wind turbine, called INVELOX. The turbines funnel wind into ground-level generators through a tapering passageway that squeezes and accelerates the air. The units are about half as tall as traditional wind towers, which rise up to 260 feet into the air, and the ground-based turbine blades are more than 80 percent smaller than conventional wind turbine blades, which are about 115-feet long. The device resembles a giant gramophone that sucks in wind instead of blurting out sound. Cont'd..
Statistics show that total output of electricity from solar panels in Canada last year declined from 2012, while wind increased its generation at the same rate as conventional power sources.
Ballard Power Systems has announced that Anglo American Platinum Limited has converted its $4 million non-interest bearing promissory note into common shares, as per the terms of an agreement announced on March 3, 2013.
Ivanpah is thought to be the world's largest solar power project, or at least the largest of its type. The plant uses 347,000 mirrors, which utilize software controls to turn to face the sun throughout the day.
GTM Research and SEIA forecast another strong year in 2014 with 26% growth in the U.S. solar market. This will bring annual installations up to nearly 6 gigawatts and the cumulative total will be just shy of the twenty gigawatt milestone.
If the shipping industry were a country, it would place sixth on the most carbon emission generating countries in the world. The good news is that solar in maritime transport is improving.
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