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Corsican Sun Providing Solar Energy & Hydrogen Supporting

4. March 2012

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Corsican Sun Providing Solar Energy & Hydrogen Supporting

In Island, Iles Sanguinaires, at the Gulf of Ajaccio, Corsican sees the sun turning red as the night approach. However, a new renewable energy experimental facility has been built there. The solar plant has been established on the hillside of the Mediterranean where the sun merely sets. The advance use of hydrogen, enables the plant [...]

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Alternative Sources Of Renewable Energy

4. February 2012

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Alternative Sources Of Renewable Energy

Renewable energy’s future seems to be shining even though the near future appears to be dark. As global warming effects are growing clearer, it appears rather sure that the sources of renewable energy will have an increasingly big role to play in the generation of global power. One very good example might be the purchase [...]

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Geothermal Energy Has Large Potential In The US But Growth Less Than Wind & Solar Energy

4. December 2011

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Geothermal Energy Has Large Potential In The US But Growth Less Than Wind & Solar Energy

In America, one of the most-used sources of renewable energy is geothermal energy. But, during the last three years, it hasn’t been growing as much as solar and wind energy. The potential of geothermal energy is extensive in the Western States. From January to August 2011, the total electricity generated from geothermal energy in the [...]

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Breakthrough CSP Desalination Plant in Cyprus

16. October 2011

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Breakthrough CSP Desalination Plant in Cyprus

An astounding research energy programme on a CSP (concentrated solar power) plant for desalination launched by CYPRUS is catching the eye of the global population. This just might be the solution for Cyprus’s water and energy-related issues. British Science Museum says that the programme is capable of generating as much as 5 million more litres [...]

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European Engineering Giant Invests In Scottish Wave Energy Startup

16. July 2011

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European Engineering Giant Invests In Scottish Wave Energy Startup

Alstom, one of the predominant engineering firms in Europe, agreed to buy AWS Ocean Energy’s 40 percent stake to endorse this Scottish wave energy professional’s strategy to enlarge its business and hasten the advancement of its innovative floating wave energy device. The First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond, declared at Edinburgh Castle that although the [...]

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The Emerge of an Hydroelectric Inflow Dam System

17. May 2011

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The Emerge of an Hydroelectric Inflow Dam System

A Hydroelectric Dam System. Background Hydropower is a genuine technology which is also the biggest source of renewable energy. It is contributing to 20% of the global electricity production. Hydro-electric power-plants are of huge size covering large areas and do frequently require a significant capital investment. These power plants also affect the local ecology when [...]

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A New Geothermal Power Plant Has Been Established By Enel Green Power

16. November 2010

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A New Geothermal Power Plant Has Been Established By Enel Green Power

In the Province of Siena Radicondoli 2 is expanding through the advent of Tuscan geothermal centre of Enel’s renewable generation company. Enel Green Power is constantly striving towards growth by setting up one of the world’s largest geothermal power plant. Radicondoli 2 is the latest geothermal power plant in the province of Siena. The additional [...]

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BP Wind Energy & Sempra Generation invest in Colorado Wind Farm

4. November 2010

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BP Wind Energy & Sempra Generation invest in Colorado Wind Farm

Sempra Generation, an energy solutions company, has recently become an equal partner with BR Wind Energy for the development of the Cedar Creek II wind farm located in the United States state of Colorado. A Public Service Company of Colorado, an Xcel Energy company, has already bought the project’s whole power output under a 25-year [...]

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Ozone Bubbles for a Cleanup of Chinese Site

24. October 2010

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Ozone Bubbles for a Cleanup of Chinese Site

A contaminated Chinese lake will be served as a test bed for a novel environmental cleaning technology that will involve ozone bubbles. The lake in question is known as the lake of Taihu. The lake is found next to the 4.5 million-powerful city of Wuxi. The lake has been contaminated by a number of pollutants [...]

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West Virginia Has More Geothermal Energy Available According to a Research Funded by Google

20. October 2010

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West Virginia Has More Geothermal Energy Available According to a Research Funded by Google

A projected funded by Google have found a vast geothermal repository beneath the surface of West Virginia. The source could provide with an amount of electricity energy tantamount to more than actual production levels. The study was conducted by Southern Methodist University with the help of a grant provided by Google’s benevolence of $481,500. The [...]

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