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Renewable sources like, solar and the wind, would reportedly rise from 4% of global power generation to nearly 36% by 2035. The electricity markets are expected to stand reshaped in this process. Continue reading
There is a crystal clear focus on renewable and clean energy in India, with due merit to the ambitious mission stated by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). India leads Spain and UK in wind energy, with a fourth position in the world, after China, USA, and Germany. Continue reading
Multinational technology company, Google, is reportedly stepping up its green energy endeavours. It is reported that the online giant consumed energy equivalent to the city of San Francisco in the last year. Continue reading
Portugal was consuming electricity generated from renewable for more than four full days. From 6.45 am on 7 May to 5.45 pm on 11 May 2016, 107 hours at a stretch. The country achieved this incredible landmark in just three years. Continue reading
Humanitarian efforts in Africa are changing direction for the better. The focus is now on providing unique sources of energy to keep communities going throughout the year. Leaders are collaborating with Tesla to keep a low-cost renewable battery going for … Continue reading
A new kind of wind turbine will be hovering in the Alaska skies by 2013. The towerless turbine will be floating inside a high-tech helium balloon up to an altitude of 1,000 feet.
Poland is looking towards offshore wind farms, in it’s effort to meet the EU recommendations and curb the dependence on Russian energy imports.
The Spanish government did away with subsidies for renewables in an effort to cut down its budget deficit. This measure by the Spanish government forced giant renewable firms like Abengoa and Iberdrola to search outside Spain and Europe for opportunities … Continue reading
Renewable energy is fast becoming a powerful source for millions of people worldwide, who are off the grid.
India and Malaysia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in an effort to boost their respective energy sectors though co-operative measures in the renewable energy sector.