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Top 10 clean energy states in U.S.

Promoting green technology is on the rise. An extensive study released Wednesday by consulting firm Clean Edge offers some results.

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May 23rd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,USA,WORLD | Read More »

All you need to know about eco-houses

Today, everyone wants go green to save the world. The eco-houses are designed in such a way that the energy consumption per house will be 20-30% lesser than a regular home.

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May 18th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Education,Energy Market,Green Buildings,INDUSTRY,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,Technology,USA,WORLD | Read More »

All you need to know about solar collectors

The solar collectors harnessed the energy that comes from the sun and convert her into heat or electricity. Solar collectors as devices can vary in form from small installations for gathering solar heat, to big and complicated units that can produce voltage in power plants.

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May 18th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Africa,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,Energy Market,Europe,INDUSTRY,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,Technology,USA,WORLD | Read More »

Philips LEDs prices will drop

According to a new statement of Philips Lighting executive in the U.S, the cost of efficient yet pricey LED light bulbs could fall by 50 percent in the next five years. Also the company hopes to obtain from its projects, 50 percent of its sales from LED lighting by 2015.

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May 18th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,MARKETING,Technology,USA,WORLD | Read More »

All you need to know about geothermal energy

Geothermal energy can be defined as a sort of renewable energy derived from the heat generated deep in the earth’s crust. The temperature of the earth crust rises one degree Celsius for every 30-50 meters and the heat is brought to the surface by thermal conduction.

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May 16th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Africa,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,Canada,Energy Market,Europe,Geothermal,INDUSTRY,MARKETING,South America,USA,WORLD | Read More »

Biomass power deal between South Korea and Indonesia

According to the South Korean Ministry of Environment, South Korea has signed a $92 million contract with Indonesia. South Korean vice Minister of Environment Moon Jung-ho arranged this deal for the advance cooperation between the two countries.

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May 13th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,Asia,Biomass,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,MARKETING,WORLD | Read More »

China hits again – Ten PV power plants across Tibet

Tibet will become China’s leading solar power base, because China plans to install there 10 photovoltaic power plants by end of this year. The total capacity of these power plants will be more 100 MW, to support China’s ever-increasing power demand.

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May 13th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Market News,MARKETING,Solar PhotoVoltaics,WORLD | Read More »

Japan: Prime Minister promote renewable energy

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the government will focus more on the development of renewable energy, like solar and wind power. “Japan needs to review its energy policy while seeking safer ways to secure nuclear power,” Kan told a gathering of reporters on Tuesday.

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May 12th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,INDUSTRY,Legislation,Solar PhotoVoltaics,WORLD | Read More »

Solar power installations had a huge growth rate in 2010

Solar energy is racking up major increases in installed capacity year after year. 2009 was a bad year for solar energy, because the growth rate slowed to 24% which was a disappointing pace.

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May 12th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,Energy Market,Europe,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,Solar PhotoVoltaics,USA,WORLD | Read More »

A beautiful dream: 80% renewable energy by 2050

80 percent renewable energy by 2050

The world is moving on renewable energy sources these days because global warming must be stopped and it’s needs to source at least 80% of the total electricity requirements from renewable energy sources by the year 2050. Renewable sources such as solar and wind could play a significant role in fighting global warming. To achieve […]

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May 11th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Africa,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,Canada,Europe,INDUSTRY,Legislation,Solar PhotoVoltaics,South America,USA,Wind,WORLD | Read More »

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