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Your kitchen is the heart of your home, where you store and prepare food that nourishes body and mind. Why wouldn’t you want this part of your house or apartment to be healthy and natural? Going green does not have to cost a fortune; you can make small or extensive green innovations. Consider these projects when making environmentally friendly changes […]
The Japanese port city of Kobe is testing a generating facility that uses kitchen waste as fuel.
Salvador Lamas isn't kidding when he brags about his Chicago restaurant Taco Burrito King and their hot-as-the-sun salsa. The restaurant's new solar energy system, installed by Solar Service Inc., provides hot water for the main kitchen.
The City of Millbrae recently completed a new facility at its Water Pollution Control Plant that will turn inedible kitchen grease from local restaurants into biogas -- generating renewable energy to treat the city's wastewater. The new system, engineered and installed by Chevron Corporation's Energy Solutions unit, includes a grease-receiving station and an expanded cogenerator.
August 5, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Sunoco will officially open their first solar thermal car wash and the largest in Canada, on August 7. The facility is designed to reduce the facility’s use of natural gas for water heating and thereby reduce carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 30 metric tons annually. The car wash is located at the Sunoco station at […]
Traditionally, Thanksgiving in the US is a time for delicious food, shared with cherished company. This year, as you count your blessings, the California Energy Commission says you might give a thought to the reliable energy sources that enable you to prepare those culinary delights so enjoyed by family and friends.
Homebuyers in the Kitchener Waterloo region of Ontario, Canada will soon be able to generate electricity from their rooftops with innovative solar energy technology. Karen Redman, Member of Parliament for Kitchener Centre and Parliamentary Secretary to the Environment Minister David Anderson, has announced that the Government of Canada is contributing $1,025,000 (US$630,000) to a project to design and construct houses with solar energy systems in the region.
At Renewable Energy World, we know our readers are always looking for ways to support a sustainable way of living, and we like to help with that goal. That's why we’ve compiled our top six sustainably focused ideas for the holidays.
The wind derivatives market will provide the right hedging tool to generators and other participants in the value chain, and will eventually replace the current “kitchen sink” approach to hedge variability due to wind generators.
The company has delivered or will deliver over 32.8 MW/70 MWh of projects