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Research Say’s it is a Reality Wind Energy Can Meet Future Energy Needs

17. November 2012

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Research Say’s it is a Reality Wind Energy Can Meet Future Energy Needs

The next 20 years could see the world’s energy needs being filled by wind power, was announced by Stanford University. A climate model has been developed by The University’s School of Engineering and the University of Delaware and was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). It was claimed that it [...]

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Wind Power Demand Not As Strong As Expected

8. November 2012

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Wind Power Demand Not As Strong As Expected

Being well-known for its potential to offer clean and abundant electricity, wind power has become one of the fastest-growing energy sources around the world. By 2030, the Department of Energy of the USA, has estimated that wind power could constitute 20 percent of the nation’s electricity supply. The USA has passed Germany to become the [...]

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Nebraska What is Happening To Wind Energy Projects

4. November 2012

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Nebraska What is Happening To Wind Energy Projects

According to Thursdays’ report, Nebraska is missing a great opportunity for job creation to the state economy. This followed equally with cleaner form of energy, and is thereby trailing its neighbours in wind-energy development, like Iowa, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado and Kansas. Nebraska is in a good position to use wind as a renewable-energy resource, [...]

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The Right Renewable Energy Policies – Would Make The Sun The Prime Source of Energy

28. October 2012

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The Right Renewable Energy Policies – Would Make The Sun The Prime Source of Energy

Concerning public policy, solar power is becoming more and more attractive (in the economics perspective), and currently it can be considered the most promising development to be initiated. For example, in about one year and half, the prices of PV (photovoltaic) modules dropped 40 percent and the good news: the price tends to keep dropping [...]

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Fossil Fuel Making It’s Comeback – Renewable Energy Sector’s Still In War of Competitiveness

14. October 2012

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Fossil Fuel Making It’s Comeback – Renewable Energy Sector’s Still In War of Competitiveness

After a few years of blissful running, the renewable-energy sector has suffered some blows. Now, casting shadows on the feasibility of its reputation as the energy source of the future is likely to change things. Speaking from Pembina Institute, Matt Horne, the climate-change director at the Institute agreed to the fact that the situation is [...]

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Planning For Large Scale Solar Energy System in Saudi Arabia

7. October 2012

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Planning For Large Scale Solar Energy System in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia, although a leading purveyor of fossil fuels for the rest of the world, it has always been under pressure on oil demand supply ratio. This has ultimately led the nation to explore and opt for other sources of fuels. Saudi Arabian government has already made public its plan to build its first expansive [...]

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New Solar Panels Will Be Built With Common Metals

23. September 2012

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New Solar Panels Will Be Built With Common Metals

Sunlight reaching American households is enough to supply at least 50 percent of the total electricity needs of America. Recently, scientists concluded that progress in the field of affordable solar-energy technology is fundamentally necessary for people to opt to invest in roof shingles that can generate electricity power. Actually, shingles that are capable of generating [...]

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Austin’s Solar Power Technologies & Vermont Company Merged

20. September 2012

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Austin’s Solar Power Technologies & Vermont Company Merged

Recently Austin-based Solar Power Technologies informed that the company merged with a Vermont-based Company named Draker Laboratories Inc. They also added that the new combined company created a new fund of eight million dollars from the Austin Ventures and other different investors. The company officials said that the recent company would operate under the name [...]

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Japan & The Next Solar Technologies

2. September 2012

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Japan & The Next Solar Technologies

Japan is currently working hard t on nuclear power. For that matter, their goal is to increase the number of project involving alternative energy. This includes initiative such as the recent solar collector, located in the Miyazaki Prefecture (University of Miyazaki’s Kibana Campus). The faculty of engineering of the university successfully completed the solar thermal [...]

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Korean Concentrix Ready To Investments in Solar Projects.

1. September 2012

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Korean Concentrix Ready To Investments in Solar Projects.

A delegation constituted of three members of a Korean company named Concentrix Solar was called on MOS/Board of Investment, Chairman Saleem H. Mandviwalla. The Korean company demonstrated a deep interest in investing in solar projects located in Pakistan; one of these projects is the solar-energy installation of 300MW located in Quetta (Pakistan). This three-member delegation [...]

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