The Annual Energy Outlook 2020 predicts a sharp increase in renewables over the decades, a continual decline in nuclear and coal, and a small drop in natural gas sources.Read more
A special kind of solar cell could work at night, researchers say.Read more
As the first-ever UK-Africa Investment Summit closes its doors, it is worth noting that the UK signed a series of 27 agreements with African states during this trial run. All of these projects correspond to an investment of 8.4 billion dollars and will enable the development of several sectors in Africa, particularly renewable energy.Read more
There will be more than enough batteries in electric vehicles by 2050 to support a grid that runs on solarRead more
In a bid to ease power cuts currently being experienced in the country, Sable Chemicals, the country’s sole ammonium nitrateRead more
Where clean energy intercepts with technology, the need to integrated advanced computing is the key to opening new opportunities. The endless journey to discovering a viable return on investment in renewable energy means ensuring absolute optimisation and the best possible method of deployment for all panels and systems. So how exactly can we achieve the level of standards we need to make a global transformation for the sector?Read more
When designing a house, one of the most important issues is energy efficiency. That means there needs to be the right amount of insulation in the foundation, walls and roof, energy-efficient windows, and well placed on the periphery of the house. The house also should be placed on the property for optimal solar orientation. With these factors covered, the house will require minimal energy for heating and cooling.Read more
A site that once served as one of the country’s largest toxic waste dumps in the nation could become a location for renewable energy.
The Seymour Municipal Airport Authority has been in talks with companies interested in bringing solar energy to Freeman Municipal Airport.
The International Renewable Energy Agency hosted a conference in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates where world leaders underscored the need for immediate and collective action to curb CO2. It is first and foremost a grassroots effort that is now possible because technology is advanced and affordable. International cities, meanwhile, are on board, emphasizing that the most progressive high-tech companies are considering “people, profits and planet” before they are choosing where to locate.Read more
A Georgia brewery has installed solar panels and aims to reduce its energy consumption by 30%.Read more