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UK Produced Around 30% of Electricity Through Renewables

UK Government’s official data projects that around 30% of electricity is generated from clean and renewable sources. Continue reading

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Can Green Electricity Generation Alone Curb Global Warming?

The countries committed to the Paris Agreement have made pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, but can they curb the devastating climate change? Continue reading






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Vegan Electricity Supply? Ecotricity Offers Green Alternative

UK based Ecotricity, a renewable energy company professed that around half of the British homes were powered by electricity made from animal byproducts. Continue reading






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Siemens Opens Ammonia Energy Storage Pilot Project

Siemens in collaboration with the Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK, and two universities has developed the world’s first demonstrator. This development highlights the complete cycle of renewable power, the storage as ammonia (NH3), and the conversion back to electricity. Continue reading






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London City Pledges Sourcing 100% of Electricity from Renewables

The historic financial district in the City of London, the Square Miles is said to have announced to shift to clean energy by October 2018, sourcing 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources. Continue reading






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Tesla App Allows Optimising for Cheaper Electricity

Imagine an efficient electricity system where if the electricity is expensive to generate you pay more, and if it is cheap then you pay lesser. This system would persuade ratepayers to conserve when the grid would be constrained and switch to using power when it’s clean and cheap, allowing savings on emissions and grid costs in the process. Continue reading






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Vietnam Plans To Triple Electricity Generation With Solar, Rare Earth

Vietnam intends to increase the amount of electricity it generates from renewable sources to threefold. This would reportedly push for a 26% increase in household solar energy usage by 2030 and cut the dependence on coal, according to Prime Minister … Continue reading

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Colossal Green Electricity Plant Launches in Northern Cape

Spanish multinational Abengoa S.A. (MCE: ABG.B) recently launched its third solar thermal plant in South Africa. The power plant, Xina Solar One, is reportedly located near Pofadder, Northern Cape and has a total installed capacity of 100 MW. Many expect … Continue reading

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Social Investors Reiterate Clean Energy Commitment in Sierra Leone

Liebreich set up Project Bo to provide a solar electricity to supply uninterrupted power to the oxygen devices at the hospital. Continue reading






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California Researchers Transform Waste Heat to Electricity

A team of scientists from University of California, Riverside (UCR) have successfully developed thermoelectric devices that can transform low-level waste heat into electricity. Continue reading






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