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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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Ozone Bubbles for a Cleanup of Chinese Site

Sunday, October 24, 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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Natural Carbon Removers: Salps the Natural Undersea Engine

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

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Natural Carbon Removers: Salps the Natural Undersea Engine

Will we be able to see plans, trains and automobiles generating the necessary power through the air they move in? Even, more interestingly, what if the by-product released would be beneficial for the environment? There are already natural self-propelling mechanisms that do provide energy in such ways. It is a small, barrel shaped organism, which [...]

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Sunlight and Carbon dioxide Can Be Used To Generate Car Fuel

Monday, July 5, 2010

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Sunlight and Carbon dioxide Can Be Used To Generate Car Fuel

Innovative “photosynthesising” technology might soon be able to generate “petrol” for cars from sunlight and carbon dioxide. Fascinatingly, solar-powered reactors can be used to convert carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide. Besides, this reactor can also change water into both oxygen and hydrogen. These two elements (oxygen and hydrogen) can be processed to produce hydrocarbon fuels. [...]

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Wind Turbines Are Built By General Electric – Green Initiatives After The Recession

Friday, March 26, 2010

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Wind Turbines Are Built By General Electric – Green Initiatives After The Recession

A plant to build offshore wind turbines in the UK was revealed by General Electricity. This is likely going to create around 1, 900 new jobs. Hopefully, green energy will grow further from the boost it received from the recession. GE Energy UK is going to invest €110 million over the coming decade on the [...]

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Cheap Solar Technology Emerge After FT Climate Challenge

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

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Cheap Solar Technology Emerge After FT Climate Challenge

In the Climate challenge launched November 13 2008, the “Kyoto cooker” was declared the winner. The $5 Kyoto cooker took the $75, 000 winning prize that Financial Times, HP and Forum for the Future had awarded for as first prize of the competition. The solution developed by Jon Bohmer is outstandingly simple but it represents [...]

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New Energy Technologies Present New Opportunities

Thursday, November 26, 2009

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New Energy Technologies Present New Opportunities

World consumption of oil is at record levels today. This creates greenhouse gas emissions, which pose a constant threat to our environment. The only way to reduce these emissions is to reduce the world’s dependence on fossil fuels. New technologies must be developed to cause a radical change in the world’s energy consumption. Energy can [...]

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India Is Moving Into Renewable Energy In A Large Way

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

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India Is Moving Into Renewable Energy In A Large Way

Renewable energy is a popular choice in many developed countries around the world and now the Indian government is preparing to lead developing countries into an expansive use of alternative energy resources. Specifically through solar and power technology, India is hoping to meet its future energy requirements while decreasing environmental harm; this according to the [...]

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Climate Change Financial Crisis May Prove Worse Than Both World Wars

Saturday, November 14, 2009

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Climate Change Financial Crisis May Prove Worse Than Both World Wars

According to The Prime Minister of Britain, Gordon Brown, The world is in for much trouble if climate change is not soon dealt with effectively. His speech at an International meeting on climate change in London he said world leaders need to finally agree on ways to thwart the global warming crisis. According to Brown, [...]

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Burning Coal Is Costly For Taxpayer And Climate

Friday, November 6, 2009

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Burning Coal Is Costly For Taxpayer And Climate

When America burns coal to create electricity it costs about $62 Billion a year in concealed costs caused from environmental damage, not including expenditures associated with global warming so says the National Academy of Sciences. The $62 Billion was a portion of the $120 billion they acknowledged were the sum of damages from energy usage [...]

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