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UK Energy Consultancy Almach Pledges to Offer Only Green Electricity

The UK Energy consultancy firm Almach Energy has been in the business of offering innovative procurement solutions in the area of renewable energy and is ethically renowned for it too. Continue reading

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First Ocean Currents Produced Electricity Goes Operational in the U.S.

Hawaii is the 50th and most recent state of the United States of America. Hawaii is the only U.S. state with islands and located in Oceania. Though these islands are blessed with nature the Hawaii state always face electricity problems. Continue reading






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World’s First Large-scale Tidal Energy Farm Operational in Scotland

Scotland became the first country in the world to have “a large-scale tidal energy farm” when the first Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon unveiled the first of four turbines at a ceremony outside Inverness in the Scottish Highlands last week. Continue reading






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Costa Rica’s Electricity Becomes Nightmare for Oil Barons

“The last time we used a fossil fuel plant to generate electricity was June 16,” stated the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) in the beginning of this week. That is more than 80 straight days of 100% green energy production Costa Rica has lasted on. Continue reading






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Mechanics of Converting Wind Energy into Electricity

Wind energy is one of the most popular sources of the renewable energy across the globe. Like solar, the wind is also an abandon available source on the planet. Continue reading






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Teens Understand Importance of Renewable Energy as much the Scientists Do

In The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), a teen from Vancouver, Canada, Han Jie (Austin) Wang 18, picked up first prize in 2016, for coming up with a method of transforming sewage into electricity. Continue reading






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Electricity made from landfills can power Turkish homes

Electricity made from garbage in Turkish landfills could supply a million homes with electricity in coming years. Continue reading






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Burning waste could provide Africa with 20% of its electricity needs

Burning waste in Africa is going to create a lot of electric energy, and it is one of the best renewable energy sources that people can find. The trash burning in the country can be done through places that are going to incinerate the trash so that people can get energy. Continue reading






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Cheap Electricity in Britain when it is Windy or Sunny

British utility companies are offering incentives for households that contribute to the reduction of harmful emissions. Families are encouraged to use their high-energy appliances during specific hours of the day. Continue reading






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Uruguay generating 95% electricity from renewable energy

Uruguay, despite being a very small country in relative size, is leading the way when it comes to the percentage of renewable energy that is being used on a daily basis. In fact, the country has taken renewable energy to new frontiers, as ninety five percent of the energy that they utilize each and every day is sourced from renewable energy. Continue reading






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