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Tag Archives: sources of renewable energy
Google bought the entire output of two new wind farms under construction in Sweden and Norway. As the search giant continues its push to be powered by one hundred percent renewable energy. Continue reading
On Sunday, May 15, 2016, in Germany at around 2p.m. (local time); renewables were supplying 45.5 gigawatts electricity and the demand was 45.8 gigawatts! Germany is determined and pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below 1990 levels by 2020 and by 80-85% percent by 2050 from 1990 levels, has assertively inched towards its commitments to 100% renewable energy by 2050. 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
Hot springs are plenty in Japan. They have drawn much attention as possible sources of renewable energy. Continue reading
Though many people view plastic as a threat to the environment, recent developments have proven that plastic can, in fact, be used as a valuable resource in the pursuit of renewable energy.
In Croatia, estimated 11.7% of energy will come from hydroelectric power, 30% from the wind, and solar energy will produce 48.9 %. Continue reading
Wave energy is produced when generators of electricity are placed under the sea. Over 200,000 houses can use wing wave generated electricity with the aid of one square miles of wings that generate 1000 units of electric power. Continue reading
U.S. debt crisis could have a drastic effect on the future of renewable energy projects as the government support could dip to unimaginable levels for the use of wind and solar energy for power generation. Prospects for renewable energy projects … Continue reading