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Renewable Energy: Power for a Sustainable Future, Second Edition | Green Power Learning


Renewable Energy: Power for a Sustainable Future, Second Edition Rating:  Stimulated by recent technological developments and increasing concern over the sustainability and environmental impact of conventional fuel usage, the prospect of producing clean, sustainable power in substantial quantities from renewable energy sources arouses interest world-wide. 94 more words

Costa Rica Slashes Use of Fossil Fuels for Electricity

In September, Victoria Lynden tweeted about Costa Rica’s clean electricity. Although hydroelectric and geothermal approaches sometimes have issues of their own and cars in Costa Rica still use gas, two months without using fossil fuels to generate electricity sounded pretty good to me. 426 more words

Hedcor seeks IP consent for Benguet hydro plant

Hedcor Inc., a unit of Aboitiz Power Corp., is securing the approval of the indigenous people (IP) to put up the 45-megawatt (MW) Kabayan run-of-river power project in Benguet. 34 more words

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Renewable Energy: Power for a Sustainable Future Review | Green Power Learning


Renewable Energy: Power for a Sustainable Future Review The provision of sustainable energy supplies for an expanding and increasingly productive world is one of the major issues facing civilization today. 112 more words

Welcome!

So if you’re reading this blog, you might want to know who I am and why I’m writing it. I’m 28, I’m from Dublin, Ireland, and thanks to various recent political and personal life upheavals, I’ve decided to try live my life more according to certain principles that mean a lot to me. 291 more words

Sun setting on Japan's solar energy boom

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

The sun is setting on Japan’s clean-energy boom, despite projects like a massive floating solar farm near Tokyo, as the government cuts subsidies and bets on nuclear and coal-fired power, critics say. 730 more words

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World's poorest countries aiming for 100% renewable energy

As the world’s leading superpowers struggle to make the transition from fossil-based energy systems to more sustainable options, 47 of the world’s poorest nations have pledged to skip fossil fuels altogether and jump straight to using 100 percent renewable energy instead. 123 more words

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