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Apple Expands Green Energy in Europe

Apple recently announced investment plans in the construction of two of the world’s largest onshore wind turbines near a seaport town Esbjerg in Denmark. Continue reading

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NZ Backs 100% Renewable Electricity Grid, Relooking at Infrastructure

New Zealand (NZ) aims to build a pumped hydro storage plant for aiding 100% renewable electricity grids. Continue reading






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Vodafone Reveals 100% Green Telecom Targets by 2021 

Vodafone is setting itself ambitious new environmental goals, with plans for its European networks to be powered by 100% renewable electricity latest by July 2021. Continue reading






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Electricity Demand Globally is Rising Faster than its Population

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), the average amount of electricity consumed per person (per capita electricity consumption) is increasing. Continue reading






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Modern Advancements: The first 3D printable car

The world of 3D printing has made a lot of advancements since it first become a reality in the late 1980s. From printable prosthetics, houses and even furniture, the world of 3D printing seems to have boundless potential. One of … Continue reading

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Scientists Build New Method to Deliver Electricity Wirelessly

Wireless charging with smartphones is already well-accepted and popular. Now, imagine delivering electricity wirelessly over greater distances to moving objects, such as cars.  Continue reading






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Changing Energy Demands During COVID -19 in the UK

All over the world, the measures undertaken to control the spread of COVID-19 have been unprecedented in recent history. These precautionary measures have let to a slowdown in most sectors with the travel and aviation sectors coming to a grinding … Continue reading

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Insights on the Coronavirus and the U.S. Grid

Most industries over the globe are facing disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The U.S. electricity grid and energy companies stand to face risks, as in countries across Asia and Europe power demand dips. Continue reading






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Solar Panels Could Generate Electricity at Night: Research

Solar panels operating around the clock and generating electricity even at night is not a far-fetched idea anymore. According to a new study published in the journal ACS Photonics, it is possible to design solar panels that can produce energy … Continue reading

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50% of Denmark’s Electricity Now Comes From Renewables

2019 saw Denmark break new records for renewable electricity generation. The Danish national media outlet reports that, for the first time, more than 50% of Denmark’s electricity consumption comes from renewable sources.

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