Wind - Germany’s turbines produce over 40 billion kWh a year - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism
Geothermal - Geothermal’s popularity rises, global capacity could double by 2020 - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism
Ocean Energy - Scotland remains committed to renewables as another marine energy milestone reached - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism
Iceland has so much geothermal energy that it might build the world
The $380 million deal indicates a commitment to clean energyand to regional collaboration.
A new catalog of eco-friendly materials for use in the construction industry has been developed.
In the harsh, isolated, semi-desert region north of Cairo in Egypt, 150 acres has been planted with beans, peas and orange trees. But there is a problem: an endless need for water. Farmer Tantawi Mostafa explains: “Each plant needs a certain amount of water, depending on the season. Peas, for instance, need a lot of water, I have to irrigate them at least five hours a day. Oranges and…
Futurist Ray Kurzweil says "we have plenty of time" to replace fossil fuels with renewables
The Millennium Development Goal to halve the rate of global poverty by 2015 was met sometime in 2007, says the Brooking Institution in a new report, Poverty in
Biofuels - Crop giant turns to sustainable palm oil for biodiesel production in Brazil - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism
Geologists drilling an exploratory geothermal well in 2009 in the Krafla volcano, Iceland, encountered a problem they were unprepared for: magma which flowed into the well at 2.1 kilometers depth, forcing the researchers to terminate the drilling. The research team believes it should be possible to find reasonably shallow bodies of magma elsewhere in Iceland and the world, which would make for attractive sources of high-grade energy.