Who's Killing Renewable Energy?

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A promising offshore wind energy project has languished on the East Coast for 15 years—and its enemies range from a Koch brother to the Kennedys. New England, densely populated and far from energy production, is one of the most expensive electricity markets in the country.

Should You Invest in Renewable Energy for Your Home?

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Renewable energy rebates

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Cost is a major factor preventing many from installing solar panels and wind turbines; but some governments are now offering generous rebates and incentives to help take the financial sting of renewable energy systems. Find out where to locate information on rebates in this article

Renewable Energy To Compete With Fossil Fuel Energy By 2025?

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A recent report published by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory infers that renewable energy would become cost competitive with fossil fuel based energy by 2025. This target would be achieved without federal subsidies if the green energy is harvested in most productive areas. alternative energy reduce fossil fuels renewable energy green energy saving energy wind energy

UK Government Introduces New Policy for Renewable Energy Producers

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A wind turbine that uses dragonfly biomimicry to maximize the wind’s energy. The government of the United Kingdom has announced their new energy policy, which is called Smart Export Guarantee. Energy geothermal power solar energy kits wind energy

The Future of Renewable Energy is Blowin’ in the Wind

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Multiple sources of renewable energy are being developed around the world as countries try to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels. For the generation of electricity in particular, depending on the locale, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, and wind energy are all being used. Of all the forms of renewable energy under development, I think wind has [.]. alternative energy reduce fossil fuels renewable energy saving energy green energy wind energy

The Future of Renewable Energy is Blowin’ in the Wind

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Multiple sources of renewable energy are being developed around the world as countries try to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels. For the generation of electricity in particular, depending on the locale, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, and wind energy are all being used. Of all the forms of renewable energy under development, I think wind has [.]. alternative energy reduce fossil fuels renewable energy saving energy green energy wind energy

3 Financial Advantages Of Renewable Energy For Businesses

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The world of business is moving closer into the realms of renewable energy and its advantages when it comes to business image. Businesses of all sizes are following the domestic sphere and tightening their belts and have found that renewable energy [.]. Green News renewable energy saving energy solar panels wind energy green energy reduce fossil fuels

Renewable energy will not support economic growth

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by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Renewable energy will not and cannot support perpetual economic growth, the way we have been doing it for so long, for too long, in fact.

Renewable energy source #1

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Main | Chewbacca sighting » March 15, 2011 Renewable energy source #1 If you’re looking for the next big alternative energy craze, look no further than your toilet.

100% Renewable Energy as Centerpiece of a Climate Action Plan

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The rising economic, health-related, and environmental costs of burning fossil fuels, combined with the accelerating impacts of climate change repeatedly emphasize the urgency for transitioning to 100% Renewable Energy (RE). climate change green living renewable energy

Burlington, Vermont is Now 100% Powered by Renewable Energy

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Just recently, the city finalized its transition to relying 100% on renewable resources for its energy. In order to adequately tackle climate change, cities – big and small – need to prioritize finding and utilizing alternative energy solutions. green living renewable energy

The Trouble with Renewable Energy

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by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Renewable energy cannot fill all our energy needs and thus we must cut down on our energy consumption first and foremost. All too often the advocates and proponents of renewable energy, of solar, wind, wave and hydro (as in mini hydro) by trying to convince people claim that those can meet all our current and future energy needs. Not at the rate that we consume and waste energy at present.

Aspen is third U.S. city to reach 100% renewable energy

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cities to run on 100 percent renewable energy, according to members of the city’s environmental and project departments. The shift to energy that is generated from natural resources — including wind power, solar power and geothermal heat — follows a “decade-plus” city goal, said city Utilities and Environmental Initiatives Director David Hornbacher. “It Aspen renewable energy USAAspen is one of three U.S.

Element Hotels now powered by 100% renewable energy

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The hotels purchase renewable energy credits that guarantee their power comes from a renewable source, such as wind, hydroelectric, solar or geothermal. The credits also help fund development of renewable energy facilities.

Renewable Energy Progress: The Latest Numbers on Use of Renewable.

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy Renewable Energy Progress: The Latest Numbers on Use of Renewable Energy by greenwise on December 27, 2010 With all the investment and press supporting the implementation of renewable energy, have you wondered how much progress is really being made. of US energy production and growth for renewables of 5.7%

Renewable Energy Progress: The Latest Numbers on Use of Renewable.

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy Renewable Energy Progress: The Latest Numbers on Use of Renewable Energy by greenwise on December 27, 2010 With all the investment and press supporting the implementation of renewable energy, have you wondered how much progress is really being made. of US energy production and growth for renewables of 5.7%

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A Helpful Guide to Renewable Energy and Small Business

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There’s been a big crusade to get big business to adopt renewable energy. You see it every time a major corporation says they’re putting solar panels on their rooftops or buying energy from wind farms. Energy wind energy

IRENA Produces Free Global Renewable Energy Atlas

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It’s a sea-change for a region so linked to the hydrocarbon, but new clean energy initiatives are heating up the Middle East. The Global Atlas is the most comprehensive information platform on the potential of renewable energy.

Ever Thought About a Career in the Renewable Energy Industry?

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Now more than ever, the need for renewable energy is paramount for the sustainability of the future. With the continuing flow of oil leaks, accidents and damage being done to the environment, more and more people are turning to renewable energy as a primary source for powering and heating their homes. In 2011 alone, the demand for renewable energy outstripped the need for any single fossil fuel. & Industry Renewable Energy renewable energy jobs sola

$50 million in funds for renewable energy in developing nations

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Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) and The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) are inviting applications for more than US$50 million in funding through the IRENA/ADFD Project Facility. The world’s largest solar energy dish in Sde Boker, Israel.

How Not To Establish Renewable Energy: Overzealous Plans Endanger.

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy How Not To Establish Renewable Energy: Overzealous Plans Endanger Responsible Alternative Energy Projects by greenwise on March 10, 2011 An ambitious green energy plan initiated by LA Community colleges has proved to be so costly and impractical that many projects have been scrapped.

How Not To Establish Renewable Energy: Overzealous Plans Endanger.

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy How Not To Establish Renewable Energy: Overzealous Plans Endanger Responsible Alternative Energy Projects by greenwise on March 10, 2011 An ambitious green energy plan initiated by LA Community colleges has proved to be so costly and impractical that many projects have been scrapped.

Michigan lawmaker wants to call burning tires “renewable energy”

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A Michigan house representative is trying to re-define renewable energy, with a bill that would make burning tires and other industrial solid waste count towards the state’s mandate of generating 10 percent of its energy from renewables.

Over 50% of Germany's renewable energy is owned by citizens & farmers, not utility companies

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A solar complex in Bavaria, southern Germany Germany's promotion of renewable energy rightly gets singled out for its effectiveness, most often by me as an example of how to do things well versus the fits and starts method of promotion common in the USA and even the UK.

What is Renewable Energy?

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Learn the basics of renewable energies, and find out why solar, wind, hydro and battery storage are changing the face of energy. The post What is Renewable Energy?

EU Releases Renewable Energy Statistics

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The European Union is a world leader in renewable energy. Overall, the world leaders in offshore wind energy, solar energy and other renewable energy can be found in the European Union. Overall, energy use in the European Union decreased 5.5

Renewable energies now more cost effective than oil

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Renewable power is the cheapest source of electricity in many parts of the world already today, the latest report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) shows. The costs for renewable energy technologies decreased to a record low last year.

Middle East expands renewable energy to the world

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The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) today announced the selection of renewable energy projects in Guyana, Liberia and Togo for funding by ADFD, as part of the sixth cycle of the IRENA/ADFD Project Facility.

Volkswagen Investing $1.4 Billion in Renewable Energy

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billion USD) over the next two years to investing in renewable energy harvesting, particularly in off shore wind farms. They hope to find that partner by the end of the year and then reveal the details of their renewable energy plan soon after. So here’s to hoping that we see an ever increasing approach to true zero emission vehicles in Europe thanks to a combination of electric vehicles and renewable energy tapping.

A Career In Renewable Energy

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With dwindling sources of fossil fuels and the building momentum of bad press, there has never been a better time to turn to renewable energy sources. But what renewable energies are there? The primary source of renewable energy that you may of heard of is solar power.

Private electricity grids fueled by renewable energy the future for communities

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by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In “The Lead south Australia” Andrew Spence wrote: CONNECTING new housing estates to their own private electricity grids fuelled by renewable energy is the cornerstone of ZEN Energy's plan to put power back in the hands of consumers. The company has launched ZEN Communities – an “end to end” service from power generation through to networks and retailing to deliver low cost renewable energy direct to entire communities.

How can countries ensure renewable energy technology is developed sufficiently?

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The world’s largest solar energy dish in Sde Boker, Israel. The demand for energy in today’s world is rising, specifically electricity, as there are now around 1.1 The UK has already made a step forwards in its mission to produce much more renewable energy. Energy

Renewable-Energy Cars Heat Up in Turkey

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TAK) hosted its first Alternative Energy Vehicle Races in the sunny Aegean coastal city. The event inspired Nihat Ergün, of Turkey’s Ministry for Science, Industry and Technology, to declare that the government will up its investments in renewable vehicles in coming years.

Renewable Energy Technologies - Too Little - Too Slow

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Public Accounts Committee slams lack of progress in deployment of renewable energy technologies A British House of Commons Committee has released a report highly critical of the slow pace in the development and deployment of renewable energy technologies.

Is Anaerobic Digestion the Future of Renewable Energy?

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With renewable energy sources becoming more popular, could anaerobic digestion offer a viable solution to reducing energy costs? Scientists and energy providers are constantly working together to develop viable renewable solutions that will increase these benefits.

Renewable Energy: People Like Green Alternatives But Don't Want To.

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy Renewable Energy: People Like Green Alternatives But Don’t Want To Pay For Them by greenwise on March 15, 2011 A Financial Times / Harris poll taken in late last year in the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom confirmed strong support for renewable energy.

Renewable Energy: People Like Green Alternatives But Don't Want To.

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy Renewable Energy: People Like Green Alternatives But Don’t Want To Pay For Them by greenwise on March 15, 2011 A Financial Times / Harris poll taken in late last year in the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom confirmed strong support for renewable energy.

Meet the “Miss Pakistan” of Renewable Energy

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In 2011, she’s using her beauty and smarts to build a sustainable renewable energy climate in Pakistan. Paracha started working in development at the United Nations in 2007 where she covered the renewable energy beat around the Middle East, Latin America, and South East Asia.

Turkish Architects Reveal Plans for Renewable Energy-Generating Mosque

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A mosque slated to be built in the western city of Bursa will produce 120 kilowatts of electricity from solar and wind energy, according to Turkish paper Hürriyet Daily News. First Turkish mosque designed to run on renewables. Energy mosques renewable energy solar wind

Say, What? Michigan Legislators Insist that Burning Tires is 'Clean, Renewable Energy'

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The Michigan state legislature is playing loose with its environmental definitions, passing a bill on Thursday that qualifies the burning of solid waste as "renewable energy." It would qualify burning solid waste as a renewable energy fuel source.

High-Level Renewable Energy Conference to Advance Low-Carbon Development in Egypt

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Egypt’s Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy and the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) together with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) will co-organise the country’s first high-level renewable energy conference in the Egyptian capital, Cairo next week.

Gulf Nations Among Most Attractive Renewable Energy Markets

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its neighbor the United Arab Emirates have been included in the Ernst & Young Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices, which evaluates the renewable energy markets of 40 countries across the globe.