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The 10 home appliances that Consume the most energy

The 10 home appliances that Consume the most energy

By looking at the US Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) annual energy outlook, we can see the top 10 appliances that are consuming the most energy in U.S. single-family homes.
City mayors around the globe pledge to ramp up renewables transition

City mayors around the globe pledge to ramp up renewables transition

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles, USA, has launched the C40 Renewable Energy Declaration to help cities around the world accelerate the transition to clean energy resources in an equitable manner.
Gigafactories for Cooking: Massive Potential Awaits Solar Plus Storage

Gigafactories for Cooking: Massive Potential Awaits Solar Plus Storage

Cooking based on solar powered batteries is the next frontier for renewable energy. Consider this: If India’s 275 million households and restaurants, street vendors, and tea-sellers were to use solar plus battery based cooking, the demand for batteries would amount to ~1,000 GWh.
Nepal: Biogas Program Generates Sustainability

Nepal: Biogas Program Generates Sustainability

Sabitri Ghimire's family in Chapagaun, just outside of Nepal's capital Kathmandu, has been using biogas stoves to cook two meals every day for the last three years. Ghimire's biogas plant can run for four hours, exactly enough time for her to cook rice, lentils and vegetables for her family of seven.
Transitions

Transitions

Brookfield adds Zarek and Bono, promotes Lundhild and Cook
Avoiding Explosive Consequences: Five Lessons from the Offshore Wind Sector

Avoiding Explosive Consequences: Five Lessons from the Offshore Wind Sector

The emergence of a U.S. offshore wind sector presents a great opportunity for would-be project developers looking to exploit 4,000 GW of generation potential off the East and West coasts and in the Gulf of Mexico. If and when the sector can overcome regulatory, financial and political hurdles, early project lease winners on the East Coast will soon be joined by countless others in building North America’s first offshore wind farms.
Microgrids for Clean Cooking and Internet

Microgrids for Clean Cooking and Internet

I first encountered induction cookers when I joined Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Kozhikode, a graduate business school, as visiting professor of strategy in 2011. Having never heard of them in the U.S., I quizzed people about them. 
‘Look, Ma, No Fuel!’ … Fire-free Cooking with Solar

‘Look, Ma, No Fuel!’ … Fire-free Cooking with Solar

The cooking supply chain is being disrupted. Bounty from the sky, delivered free to the roof, drives the new cooking economy, and not the laboriously drilled, mined, transported, stored, and distributed fuel from the ground, say, kerosene or natural gas, let alone charcoal, firewood or biomass of any kind.
Energy Access in Africa: Don’t Forget Reliability!

Energy Access in Africa: Don’t Forget Reliability!

Though it is no longer a news that access to modern forms of energy is required for the wellbeing of a society, access to reliable energy supply continues to be a challenge for sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and has greatly impeded development in the region. In this context, the sustainable development goal number 7.1 aims to provide universal energy for all by 2030.  
Brexit: Insights from Renewable Energy Businesses

Brexit: Insights from Renewable Energy Businesses

Brexit; It’s been the buzz word dominating the media recently and it’s likely to continue for some time. The UK’s decision to leave the EU has left both supporting sides of the ‘leave’ and ‘remain’ campaign in a somewhat collective state of uncertainty as to how this decision will impact the country right now and in the future years.