Digital Electricity At India’s Largest IT park in Kerala

Technopark in Kerala, India. Credit: Technopark.org

Technopark in Kerala, India. Credit: Technopark.org

India’s largest IT park, Technopark, in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala will reportedly get an 110 kilovolt (KV) digital substation from ABB India. Continue reading

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How Does Electricity Travel Through Wires?

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Have you ever wondered how electricity can travel through wires? The process is intriguing and Dan Ludois, Professor at the College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, explained the concept in a lucid way. Continue reading

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Norway Leads the Electric Vehicle Surge in Europe

Electric Vehicles, Oslo, Norway. Credit: Creative Commons/Mic

Electric Vehicles, Oslo, Norway. Credit: Creative Commons/Mic

There is a lot of talk around Electric Vehicles (EVs) and currently, Europe is reportedly all set for a major expansion in this area. EVs have an immense support from the auto industry and the government, backed by technology, and ambitious emissions reduction targets seem to have a lot going its way. Continue reading

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The Electricity Revolution and a Guide for the Future

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Credit: Public Domain/ADD

The electricity revolution that’s happening today is inevitable. The fossil fuel sources are diminishing and there is an increasing need to focus on alternative methods to source the world’s electricity demand. Electric utility companies are trying to find new pathways to retain their customers. Continue reading

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Renewable Energy – Cheapest Unsubsidised Electricity in US

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Credit: CC/Don Graham

The cost of electricity generation from the renewable energy pockets has decreased over the last few years. In the US the wind and solar power stand as cheaper sources over natural gas and what is noteworthy is that it is low-priced even without subsidies. Continue reading

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New York to Replace Nuclear Power by Generating Electricity Through Clean Energy

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Credit: Creative Commons/Tony

The Indian Point nuclear plant was announced for closure by New York governor, Andrew Cuomo recently. The plant supplies electricity to New York City and some surrounding areas. Continue reading

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Britain all set to Generate 30% of Electricity from Tidal Lagoons Project

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Credit: Public Domain/Unsplash

According to special reports a huge necklace of tidal lagoons can be built alongside the west coast of Great Britain, so that electricity can be generated by harnessing the energy from the waves. Continue reading

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Costa Rica’s Electricity Grid Utilises 98% Renewable Energy

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The Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) has claimed that in the year 2016, the nation has utilised 98% of its renewable energy. Continue reading

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Measuring Your Energy Efficiency

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Educator and management consultant, Peter Drucker, often quoted, “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.” Think about this quote, next time you have a look at your electricity bill. Continue reading

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Wind Turbines Disguised As Trees To Produce Electricity

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Wind Tree contains “leaves” that act as mini wind-turbines to produce electricity. The wind trees were displayed at the COP21 climate conference.

Imagine trees that can capture the wind and turn it into energy. With the use of developing technology, it is amazing to see how solar installations can produce energy without using fossil fuels. Continue reading

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