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Fusion Energy Will Play An Increasing Importance In Global Energy

Friday, April 27, 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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Solar Powered Water Purification Systems – Mobile MaxPure

Sunday, January 29, 2012

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Solar Powered Water Purification Systems – Mobile MaxPure

An innovative stand-alone solar-powered water purification system has been introduced to the market by Worldwater & Solar Technologies Incorporated. It is a machine built with a pump, filter, to desalinate water and to purify. The system does also provide energy for purposes such as communication. The standalone machine has already several successful stories across the [...]

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Renewable Energy – The Future Energy Trend of Egypt

Friday, July 1, 2011

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Renewable Energy – The Future Energy Trend of Egypt

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published a detailed written document the past week, which contains an analysis to assess the importance of renewable energy sources as well as to evaluate technology alternatives for preventing incremental greenhouse effects. According to the report, by 2030, close to 43 percent of the global power [...]

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Ghana Is A Winning Country In Renewable Energy

Monday, June 20, 2011

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Ghana Is A Winning Country In Renewable Energy

Ghana has won one of the worlds’ most prestigious international prize for green energy of this year’s Ashden Awards. Furthermore winners from Pakistan and India participated in the event VIP ceremony, presented by the British Minister for Change of Climate Greg Barker. The Ghana News Agency in Accra last Friday mentioned that the Prince of [...]

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Japan’s Green Town Being Built by Panasonic: Fujisawa SST

Saturday, June 11, 2011

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Japan’s Green Town Being Built by Panasonic: Fujisawa SST

The SMART Town is a project that is not only going to save energy but will change the concept of how towns are constructed in Japan. In collaboration with eight companies Panasonic is building an eco-energy town, which is going to be full-fledge with energy saving technologies. In theory, the houses that are going to [...]

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To Make People Green: Use Body Heat To Reheat Buildings

Sunday, May 15, 2011

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To Make People Green: Use Body Heat To Reheat Buildings

New inventions have always been in practice for a long time throughout the world. Creative ideas regarding more green environments are spreading throughout the world. Some of these inventions and ideas are very awkward as the one developed by Persian engineers. These engineers are doing a test plan which uses heat generated from the human [...]

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PlanetSolar: World’s Largest Solar Boat sailing Through the Pacific

Saturday, May 14, 2011

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PlanetSolar: World’s Largest Solar Boat sailing Through the Pacific

The biggest solar boat in the world named as Turanor Planet Solar is sailing for the world tour with an aim of making a record of fastest sailing. In addition, the company wants to make people truly aware of the real potential of renewable energy. The boat started its journey in last September around the [...]

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China Is Going Green, In The Next Five Year

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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China Is Going Green, In The Next Five Year

On March 5, Premier Wen Jiabao has put more efforts in saving energy and cleaning the air as China, the top producer of greenhouse gases worldwide, refurbishes its economy over the coming five years. At the opening of the annual session of China’s Parliament (National People’s Congress), Wen stated in his speech that there will [...]

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The Peril of Digging too Deep – Fossil Fuel

Sunday, March 6, 2011

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The Peril of Digging too Deep – Fossil Fuel

In the search for energy, shattering accidents are pervading the energy industry as there is an increasing need to dig deeper to unearth fossil fuels and minerals. Recently, 33 Chilean miners were safely rescued after having been underground for a period of two months. However, in other parts of the world like in West Virginia, [...]

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Festivals at Glastonbury Powered With Solar Energy

Friday, November 12, 2010

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Festivals at Glastonbury Powered With Solar Energy

At Britain’s Glastonbury Festival Site is welcoming a new solar power array facility. The region is known to have used innovative renewable energy. Sporting music systems were powered with energy derived bicycles. On a Cowshed at Worthy Farm, nearly 1,100 solar photovoltaic panels have been installed. The power system will provide around 80 percent of [...]

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