Green Power Blog Posts

Janet Kilpatrick - March 28, 2014

ENER-G eases move from fixed to flexible energy contracts

Many small and medium sized businesses are playing a 'lottery' with energy purchasing because of a reluctance to move from fixed to flexible contracts, says business energy broker ENER-G...

Sophia Bush - March 28, 2014

Car Makers Show off New Developments in Storing Solar Energy

On cloudy days and once the sundown is down, either a homeowner with solar panels to harness power is conserving their usage of electricity or they are back online with their utility...

Sophia Bush - March 28, 2014

Are wind turbines economically viable in Britain?

If Britain establishes wind energy as their main energy source, they will be able to create a large number of new job opportunities. This can provide a huge influx of job opportunities...

Abby Chou - March 27, 2014

Carbonization Furnace

Carbonization is a very important process for making charcoal briquettes. The whole charcoal carbonizing process can be divided into the following three stages 1. Briquettes Drying...

IP Focus: U.S.P.T.O. to Patent Examiners: Gunpowder “Is Not Markedly Different” From a Product of Nature

The U.S.P.T.O. recently issued guidelines on how its examiners should analyze inventions’ patent-eligibility under 35 U.S.C. § 101 in accordance with developing Supreme Court jurisprudence,...

Emily Hois - March 27, 2014

Kansas Will Plant Its First Community-Owned Solar Farm

Customer-owned utility Midwest Energy and community solar developer Clean Energy Collective (CEC) have signed an agreement to build a 1 megawatt community solar photovoltaic array,...

Sophia Bush - March 26, 2014

How Much Protection Do Heritage Sites Have From Wind Turbines

A heritage site is a location that is important to the cultural or historical heritage of a town, city or country. Wind turbines are large devices used to generate renewable energy....

Sophia Bush - March 26, 2014

Permanent Magnets Become Essential In Renewable Energy

The development of technology has given life to powerful magnets that can be used as various forms of energy. Since this is an environmentally friendly energy source, most of the countries...

Abby Chou - March 25, 2014

Ring Die Biomass Briquetting Machine

Ring Die Biomass Briquetting Machine-New Hope for A Green World The demand of finished product biomass briquettes is increasing day by day. It is available in various type of raw material...

Sophia Bush - March 25, 2014

Power Africa—A Green Partnership

Cape Town. June 2013: President Obama declared undertaking the project Power Africa—promising to reach power to double the number of people in sub-Saharan Africa. At least 70% of these...

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