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Getting hooked on wave power

Aquaculture is an iconic and increasingly important industry in Scotland, worth an estimated £1.4bn to the Scottish economy and employing 8,000 people. Currently for onsite electricity supply the industry relies heavily on diesel to generators, however, the marine environment presents an opportunity to replace this with renewable electricity.

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Kenya Power stats show boost in rural power consumption

On Wednesday, Kenya Power recorded that monthly rural electricity consumption in 2015 climbed to 45 million kWh from 39 million kWh the previous year.

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Linking Investors to Renewable Energy Opportunities in Emerging Markets Is Key to COP21 Success

Some of the ingredients for catalyzing clean energy investments in Asia, Africa and other emerging markets have their own unique nomenclature—“blend 2.0,” “de-risking” and “national investment catalogues.” Yet there is a more straightforward recipe: A mix of national clean energy policies with the needs of institutional investors looking for opportunities that are safe and relatively profitable. 1,004 more words

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Guyana has everything required to be a 100% renewable energy nation. We have tons of sun for solar energy. We have many waterways for hydroelectric energy. 144 more words


Innovation in Mining: How Does Renewable Energy Fit?

It’s important for businesses in any industry to pursue innovative practices. For those such as mining that are subject to a range of changing trends, it’s essential that the affected businesses are doing their utmost to pursue technology that supports future developments. 354 more words


Bioenergy Added 224 Megawatts in U.S. in 2015

– by Erin Voegele, February 9, 2016, Biomass Magazine

Bloomberg New Energy Finance and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy have released the fourth annual Sustainable Energy in America Factbook, which shows renewable energy comprised 20 percent of the U.S. 667 more words


Fukushima chief confident new disaster won't threaten clean-up

The chief of Japan’s shuttered Fukushima nuclear power plant warned Wednesday that the biggest risk the crippled facility faces is another major earthquake and tsunami—though insisted the chaos of nearly five years ago won’t be repeated. 8 more words

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