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Tag Archives: electricity
The data centre industry is soon likely to be the single largest non-government mandated entity investing in for new renewable energy coming on line. Continue reading
Tidal power or tidal energy is energy (potential or kinetic) obtained from sea tides which is converted into a useful form of power, mainly electricity. Tidal energy has huge potential in future for electricity generation, though not widely used as of date. Continue reading
A research was done in producing electricity from garbage or solid domestic waste with renewed interest. Though this is tried since long and also was successful, the biggest question was of toxic gasses emission from burning of this waste, but today the technology has almost overcome this hurdle. Continue reading
Wind energy is becoming a major source of electricity in the recent years. Last year, Iowa has generated 31% of its power from wind resources, the most in the country. Other states, including South Dakota (25.5%) and Kansas (23.9%) are not too behind. Continue reading
Costa Rica generates most of its electricity from renewable sources, as much as 99% of their electricity comes from renewable sources.This is a significant relief to the planet as well as to the health of the life that lives on it. Continue reading
Renewable energy is fast becoming a powerful source for millions of people worldwide, who are off the grid.
The United States will generate up to 80% of electricity from renewable energy by 2050. To achieve the estimated target, it will double renewable energy sources installation and again doubles it after sometimes. The country is planning to invest somewhere … Continue reading
The energy shortages has forced Japan to look towards alternative sources of energy. The Japanese government is now looking towards ocean-based sources of renewable energy.
Japan faces yet another long and hot summer as it shuts down its last nuclear power plant. The need for green energy revolution is crucial while traditional sources of electricity are facing tight squeezes.
British power producer Eneco Wind UK Ltd. and Dutch company EDF Energy will jointly collaborate to develop an offshore wind farm off the south coast of England, enough to power 800,000 homes with electricity.