- World’s Renewable Energy Generation Rising With a Steep Graph
- Scottish Wind Scientists Help Weigh On Renewable Energy Storage
- Are Renewables Capable to Replace Fossil Fuels Completely?
- Wind Power Output at 118% Helps Scotland Attains Renewable Energy Record
- Hawaii Regulators Endorse HECO’s 100% Renewable Energy Plan
Category Archives: Investing in Renewable Energy
REN21 is the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century, formed in June 2004 after the International Conference for Renewable Energies in Bonn, Germany. It is the global renewable energy multi-stakeholder policy network. Continue reading
Scottish wind scientists at the University of Strathclyde will be lending its wind turbine expertise to a £6m EU project that is aimed at developing renewable energy storage solutions. Continue reading
It’s a well known and accepted fact that “fossil fuels such as coal, oil, petroleum and even natural gas are finite”, but the renewable energy sources such as “solar and wind energy are infinite”. Continue reading
As per the Energy Information Administration (EIA) data released recently in March and April 2017, United States got more electricity from renewable sources than nuclear power. Continue reading
The United Kingdom recognised the need for shifting to renewable energy sources for electricity generation way back in the mid-1990s. This was way before hue and cry in the world about global warming issue. Continue reading
Renewable Energy is growing stronger and cheaper, regardless of setbacks like the Trump administration pulling the US from the iconic Paris Agreement. Renewable energy solutions are more extensively adopted today. Continue reading
The Danish toy manufacturing giant, The Lego group has achieved a 100% renewable energy target three years ahead of schedule.
Conventional methods of power generation are dependent on processes which can harm the environment, and Germany has taken active steps by heavily investing in renewable energy sources. Continue reading
Canada augmented its renewable electricity capacity over the last decade and has reportedly emerged as the second largest producer of hydroelectricity in the world. Continue reading
An Italian energy startup, Magaldi, is attempting experiments with hot sand, which could power homes and other locations.Converting hot sand into electricity is an innovative idea, and the project is still in its initial stages of development. Continue reading