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Converting Excess Renewable Energy into Methane Gas

With latest technological innovations in wind and solar power, this sector has become cost competitive with the conventional power generation. But the biggest challenge still faced is the intermittent nature of these sources. Continue reading

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Some Different Sources of Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy researchers are making research and development attempts towards finding other sources of renewable energy. It would not be science-fiction to have renewable energy from dirt and microbes, liquid magma, or pedestrian steps. Continue reading






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Morocco – A Role Model in Using Renewable to Control Climate Change

Renewable energy usage in Morocco is increasing in geometric progression. Morocco In the year 2007 had less than 10% of its electricity production coming from renewables, currently, has risen to 20% and it targets itself at 40% by 2020 and 50% plus by 2030. Continue reading






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The U.S. Green Energy Future and President-Elect Donald Trump

A man who has claimed many times that, the global warming is an “expensive hoax” has become the leader of the United States of America. President-Elect Donald Trump’s win was a very important and may be a side turner news for the energy industry. Continue reading






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Renewable Energy Becomes the Largest Electricity Producer

Though questions are being raised about whether renewables are on track to reach the massive targets set by the Paris Agreement, in terms of carbon emissions to curb the climate change; the rapid growth of renewable energy is highly appreciable. Continue reading






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Kuwait’s First Solar Power Plant Becomes Operational

Kuwait officially the State of Kuwait (Dawlat al-Kuwait), a country in Western Asia has a very high-income economy which is backed by its oil reserves. It has the world’s sixth-largest oil reserves. The Kuwaiti dinar is the highest valued currency in the world. Continue reading






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Germany to Have World’s First Wind-Hydro Farm by 2018

Fossil fuels are non-renewable, and they draw on finite resources that will eventually diminish one day, though when, is a point of dispute. Also, they are damaging environment by carbon emission. Continue reading






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Greensburg, Kansas runs on 100% Renewable – a Role Model of People’s Determination

Greensburg is now one of the greenest towns in the United States, the second city in the country to go 100% renewable after Burlington, Vermont. It serves as an actual role model for renewable energy and sustainable development to the thousands of small towns across the US. Continue reading






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Airborne Wind Energy Systems – A Novel Way of Producing Electricity

Global demand for green and sustainable energy is ever rising. Scientists are tapping all the possible sources of renewable energy available on the earth. Many creative and innovative concepts are being implemented. Continue reading






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Alstom’s Zero-Emission Train – Coradia iLint to Run First in Germany

At InnoTrans (the railway industry’s largest trade fair in the world), Berlin; the French transit company Alstom unveiled the world’s first hydrogen-powered passenger train. Coradia iLint as it’s named will begin making functioning in Germany at the end of 2017. Continue reading






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