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Investment in Green Technologies Decreased In 2012 But Good Hopes for 2013

1. May 2013

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Investment in Green Technologies Decreased In 2012 But Good Hopes for 2013

According to statements from the Cleantech Group, released in the year of 2012, the overall investment in clean technology decreased heavily. Investors run away from risky and valuable deals, causing the investment in this area to decrease at a fast pace. The Cleantech Group, an analysis company that is based in San Francisco, pointed out [...]

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Consistent Growth For Chinese PV Producer Yingli Green Energy

28. April 2013

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Consistent Growth For Chinese PV Producer Yingli Green Energy

The Chinese PV Producer Yingli Green Energy Estimated that its 4th 2012 quarter shipment of PV modules would be higher The path of Yingli Green Energy is actually more than 2.2 GW, a value above all the expectations. Nevertheless, the company also suffered from considerable losses. For example: in the 3rd quarter of 2012 the [...]

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IMEC: New Thin-Film Being Developed To Exploit Solar Energy

14. October 2012

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IMEC: New Thin-Film Being Developed To Exploit Solar Energy

The European Union and the regional governments co-fund the Solar Flare project in the Eindhoven-Leuven region. It focuses on increasing the efficiency and reducing the cost in the development of thin-film solar energy. One of the emphasized points in the European Climate policy and the EU2020 strategy is the large-scale development and application of solar [...]

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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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Solar Energy Facts based on Fourth Annual Solar-Energy Survey.

23. June 2012

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Solar Energy Facts based on Fourth Annual Solar-Energy Survey.

Solar Energy is the energy of sun in the form of light, heat or radiations. The idea for harnessing the energy of the Sun has been discussed for years. However, many governments and scientists still look to things such as nuclear power as a solution. The greatest advantage of solar energy is that it can [...]

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Power Coming From Dahanu Photovoltaic solar Energy Plant

1. May 2012

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Power Coming From Dahanu Photovoltaic solar Energy Plant

In Mumbai, Dahanu solar Energy Plant went live providing energy to homes and businesses. It is currently, India’s largest photovoltaic solar power plant and is situated in the Rajasthan. It is already distributing energy to thousands of nearby households and businesses in the Western State in India. The Director of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) [...]

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Fusion Energy Will Play An Increasing Importance In Global Energy

27. April 2012

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Fusion Energy Will Play An Increasing Importance In Global Energy

Currently, the European Union obtains most of it energy from outside the union, the energy which comprises of oil and gas is estimated to be more than 50% of the country’s energy supply. The union’s annual energy bill totals to 240 billion Euros. It is also estimated that EU spends 500 billion euros annually on [...]

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Understanding The Fusion Process

19. April 2012

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Understanding The Fusion Process

With the unprecedented urbanization in developing countries, the demand for energy is bound to rise and large-scale generation of electricity will be necessary to satisfy the electricity needs. New sources of energy are thus needed due to calls for reduced CO2 emission sources and importance of investing in reliable energy options. It is envisaged that [...]

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Fusion Technology: ITER & Others

17. April 2012

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Fusion Technology: ITER & Others

For sustainable fusion reaction to be realized, the tritium and deuterium plasma must be exposed to temperatures of over 100 million °C using powerful heaters with minimal loss of energy. To maintain that high temperature, the hot plasma must be placed a distance from the reactors interior. Since the plasma is an electrically-charged gas, it [...]

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What is ITER: Fusion Energy

15. April 2012

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What is ITER: Fusion Energy

ITER is a Latin word meaning “the way.” It refers to a major international experiment that seeks to demonstrate the scientific and technical possibility of fusion as a source of energy. ITER will be 30 times larger in comparison to the Joint European Torus (JET), currently the world’s largest comparable experiment in operation. It will [...]

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