Monthly Archives: July 2016

Coal Lobby Steers Australia’s Electricity Generation Policies

Australia is still largely dependent on non-renewable sources, mainly coal and natural gas for its electricity generation. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ official release, coal, and natural gas accounted for 88% of Australian electricity generation in the fiscal year 2014-15. Continue reading

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UK and Green Electricity and Climate Change

The UK government has been taking firm steps towards the green electricity and commitment to Paris agreement. Also due to the strict measures taken in the energy conservation overall electricity requirement has reduced. Continue reading






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UK Struggling to Shift from Conventional to Green Electricity

The UK is struggling to shift its electricity generation dependency from fossil fuels to renewable / carbon free power generation sources. Most of the UK’s electricity comes from burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil which is a major contributor to climate change. Continue reading






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North American Leaders Vouch to have 50% Zero Carbon Electricity by 2025

The United States, Mexico, and Canada meet to reduce carbon emissions. The heads of these three states unveiled a broad plan to reduce carbon emissions during this year’s trilateral North American Leaders’ Summit, held on 2nd July 2016 in Ottawa. Continue reading






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10 Ways to Save Electricity

The best way to save electricity is to start from your home. These 10 ways to save energy will definitely save your electricity bills. Continue reading






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