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26th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition

The 26th EU PVSEC – Exhibition will take place from 5th to 8th September 2011 at the International Fair Hamburg, Germany. The four-day trade show of the global photovoltaic industry will attract over 900 companies and solar organisations from around the world. The Exhibition, running in parallel with the Conference, provides a showcase for the […]

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March 23rd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,BUSINESS,Europe,Exhibitions,INDUSTRY,Solar PhotoVoltaics | Read More »

Solid-oxide fuel cells technology – a work in progress

A team of researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences that is headed by Sriram Ramanathan is working on developing fuel cells. If Ramanathan is to be believed, the solid-oxide fuel cells the visionary and specialist in the field is making along with other scientists, will become a highly sought after technology […]

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March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Technology | Read More »

The Risø energy report regarding RE

It is now certain that the current energy systems and technological advancements available in the world are not sufficient to make the planet free from the carbon dioxide that is emitted from those resources.

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March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Europe,Uncategorized,WORLD | Read More »

Biblio Leaf: solar-powered e-reader

Glad tidings for book lovers with green ethics! Maybe the e-reader does not consume much power. But if you love to read online and think you should do your bit towards using renewable energy, you have Toshiba and KDDI joining the ranks of LG to provide solar-powered e-readers.

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March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Gadgets,MARKETING | Read More »

Using wing waves to produce electricity

Just like wind mills and wind turbines that generate power and electricity from the wind, scientists are now working to generate power from the sea.

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March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in INDUSTRY,Wave power | Read More »

The first wave power farm sets sail

Wave energy is among the impressive list of renewable energy resources that is being developed in the United States. New Jersey-based developer, Ocean Power Technologies has launched a project that features the nation’s first commercial wave power farm off the coast of Reedsport, Oregon.

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March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Wave power | Read More »

The Eco-Box” technology will transform our breath in energy

Scientist have already turned cooking oil, garbage, corn, algae to fuel. What next?  Scientists in the U.K are saying wait a second, your breath is not a waste; it might be a great source for future fuel.

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March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Technology | Read More »

Alternative sources of energy to generate power

Alternative sources of energy are clean and green but the catch is they generate less energy compared to fossil fuels. So now the scientists are trying to use different sources of alternative energy at the same place and same time to generate power.

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March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Technology | Read More »

Biodiesel fuel from ‘chicken feather meal’

If we go by the stats, every year 11 billion pounds of poultry industry waste accumulates annually, because we have gigantic appetite for poultry products. They can’t be stuffed into pillows. Mostly they are utilized as low-grade animal feed.

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March 21st, 2011 | Posted in Biomass,INDUSTRY,USA,WORLD | Read More »

South Korean companies are taking interest in wind turbines

Wind energy currently meets a mere 1.5% of global electricity generation. But scientists foresee a lot of potential in this alternative energy source. Asian countries are also trying to embrace clean and green energy. South Korea is going for an ambitious off-shore wind farm amounting to $8.3 billion. This project will be executed at the […]

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March 21st, 2011 | Posted in Asia,INDUSTRY,Wind,WORLD | Read More »

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