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Bridging the Clean Energy Divide

Bridging the Clean Energy Divide

When you live on a fixed income, reducing monthly electricity bills can make a big difference in your daily life. Lower energy costs mean more money for food, health care and other important parts of raising a family.
Hawaii Residents Get New Energy Storage Option for Rooftop Solar

Hawaii Residents Get New Energy Storage Option for Rooftop Solar

German energy storage manufacturer sonnen said on Feb. 4 that its sonnenBatterie now is available to residents in Hawaii.
Illinois Renewable Energy Fair Set for August

Illinois Renewable Energy Fair Set for August

The Second Illinois Renewable Energy Fair will be held at the Ogle County Fairgrounds near Oregon on August 9-10. In addition to the myriad workshops and activities, the event will host two major speakers with extensive experience within the renewable energy industry.
Clean fuels—Solar power and wind power

Clean fuels—Solar power and wind power

According to the research report, in many different energy power technologies, the using-water amount of PV power plant, CSP plant and the wind power plant are far less than many traditional solar power inverter ways.   Energy is essential in our daily life. in the past, we relied on the fossil fuels to obtain energy. But the mine and burnt […]
Change Habits As Well As Light Bulbs

Change Habits As Well As Light Bulbs

We are bombarded daily by advertisements selling us soft drinks, pharmaceuticals, cars, insurance, junk food, teeth whitener, diet programs, and on and on. But when was the last time someone tried to sell you on using more electricity? I cannot think of a single commercial that encourages us to plug-in, even though electricity is the chief product of 3,000 utilities […]
Renewable Energy to Stabilize Texas Schools

Renewable Energy to Stabilize Texas Schools

The Austin Independent School District will make the largest purchase to date of renewable energy from Austin Energy's GreenChoice program with 45 million kWh annually of green power -- almost double the previous largest subscription in Austin. The AISD subscription - which will account for 30 percent of all of its electricity -is enough to power 3,750 homes year-round.
Initiative Promotes U.S. Wind & Hydropower

Initiative Promotes U.S. Wind & Hydropower

The Wind & Hydropower Technologies Program will permit greater use of U.S. domestic resources for power production that will also help to stabilize the fluctuating costs of energy, according to David K. Garman, Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. In addition, Garman said that this program would improve the reliability of power supplies and take ecological concerns into account like never before.
Power Crisis in Nigeria: Technology, Policy or Citizens?

Power Crisis in Nigeria: Technology, Policy or Citizens?

Nigeria is a vast country with a total population of over 170 million people and situated in the western part of Africa with a land mass of 910,771 sq km. Owing to the country’s huge population there is a corresponding demand for electricity.
COVID-19 the ‘biggest shock to energy system’ in decades says IEA

COVID-19 the ‘biggest shock to energy system’ in decades says IEA

The COVID-19 pandemic is the “biggest shock to the global energy system in more than seven decades” according to a new report from the International Energy Agency. Based on an analysis of more than 100 days of real data so far this year, the IEA’s Global Energy Review states that the drop in energy demand this year will “dwarf the impact of […]
New Jersey, A New Solar Energy Capital

New Jersey, A New Solar Energy Capital

Sure, it doesn't sound like the most likely place for a boom in solar energy, but that's exactly what's starting to take place. The outlook for renewable energy - solar in particular - in New Jersey officially went from good to even better last week as the State finalized the nation's most aggressive renewable energy portfolio standard (RPS) for solar power, which calls for 90 MW of solar by 2008.