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Tired of those high up front costs and months of consultation and planning for installing renewable energy systems? Think you know just what mix of renewable energy technologies is needed to scrap fossil and nuclear fuels? Then a new online game from a Hong Kong company might be just the thing to live out your renewable energy fantasies.
Dozens of new solar and wind projects are sprouting up on tribal lands across the U.S. as Native Americans seek new ways to boost their economies beyond casinos and untaxed cigarettes.
Just a day after solar panel maker Canadian Solar (Nasdaq: CSIQ) announced it has spun off its fast-growing solar power plant-building unit for a US listing, another China-based peer is discussing plans for a similar IPO. This time a company called Solar Power Inc is the one disclosing plans for a New York listing to raise up to $300 million, […]
In Europe there are a number of programs and tools that financially support cooperation, exchange of experiences and joint work towards improving the energy efficiency of European cities. Begun two years ago as part of the Intelligent Energy Europe program, the SECURE (Sustainable Energy Communities in Urban Areas in Europe) project brings together seven European partners to create Energy Action Plans for four cities: Malmoe, in Sweden, Hilleroed, in Denmark, Dublin, in Ireland, and Tallinn in Estonia.
If you think about it for just a minute, it makes logical sense that tiny houses produce a significantly smaller carbon footprint than a typical-sized house—on average, 2000 pounds of CO2 per year, as opposed to 28,000 pounds a year. Consider for a moment that this difference serves as the bare minimum of savings. If you decide to enable your […]
Fishing has long been a vital industry in Iceland. It's so imprinted on the national psyche that it's hard to find anyone untouched by it among the tiny population of 320,000. Even Foreign Minister Össur Skarpherdinsson likes to say, "I consider myself to be an old fisherman."
Henry David Thoreau once exclaimed, “Men have become the tools of their tools.” Today, Thoreau’s pronouncement seems dead on—he was just a couple of centuries early. People have now become tools of their web and mobile applications. Recognizing a business opportunity, the solar industry has jumped right in with an influx of innovative new online technologies, digital apps, and customer […]