Category Archives: Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Ready to Take Off Around the World

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

Posted in News, Renewable Energy, Sources of Renewable Energy | Leave a comment

Wind Energy – The Largest Source of Clean Energy in the US

Wind energy has expanded with around 82,183MWs of installed capacity by 2016 to overtake hydroelectric source of clean energy in the US. The nation’s hydroelectric dams which generated around 80,000MWs were surpassed by the power generated by the wind turbines. Continue reading






Posted in Investing in Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy, Sources of Renewable Energy | Leave a comment

Renewables Dominated the US Power Generation in 2016

Renewable energy is paving ways and it is reiterated by a new report which projects that renewable energy outpaced fossil fuels & dominated the New U.S. power generated in 2016. Continue reading






Posted in Green Products, Investing in Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy, Sources of Renewable Energy | Leave a comment

Saudi Aramco Considers Investing $5bn in Renewable Energy

World’s largest oil company, Saudi Aramco, is reportedly considering a $5 billion investment in renewable energy firms. According to the sources, this is a part of plans which will help diversify from crude production.

Posted in Investing in Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy | Leave a comment

Facebook to Build Green Data Centre in Denmark

Social media giant Facebook has chosen to build its third data centre outside the U.S. in the third largest city in Funen island in Odense, Denmark. Denmark is typified with a moderate climate and the company would reportedly benefit from the outdoor.. Continue reading






Posted in Investing in Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy | Leave a comment

India Leads Spain, UK in Wind Energy Generation

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






Posted in Investing in Renewable Energy, News, Renewable Energy, Sources of Renewable Energy | Leave a comment

Netherlands Takes a Step Ahead in Using Renewable Energy

We have the era when everybody is giving a thought to the amount of energy that we use each day. Nations are developing projects and schemes to promote the usage of renewable energy and experts are searching for more and more apparatus for making this usage possible. Continue reading






Posted in Green Products, Investing in Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy, Sources of Renewable Energy | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

China All Set to Lead the World in Renewable Energy

China is all set to race ahead of the United States in its production and expenditure of renewable energy. The country has scrapped its plans of investing in coal plants near Beijing and is looking out to derive energy from alternative sources. Continue reading






Posted in Investing in Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy, Sources of Renewable Energy | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Google to Run Entirely on Renewable Energy

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






Posted in Investing in Renewable Energy, News, Renewable Energy | 1 Comment

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






Posted in Investing in Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy, Sources of Renewable Energy | Leave a comment