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UK shows interest in investing in renewable energy sector

The United Kingdom has evinced keenness in investing in renewable energy sector in the State. A delegation led by UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Edward Davey called on Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu in Hyderabad on … Continue reading

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DigitalBTC’s New Mining Centre Powered 100% by Renewable Energy

Australian bitcoin firm digitalBTC has announced a multi-year hosting and power supply agreement with Verne Global – a UK-based company specialised in “power-conscious” data centre solutions. Under the agreement, digitalBTC will instal mining hardware at Verne Global’s data centre campus in Iceland, which is powered … Continue reading

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State to ‘intervene’ in renewable energy deals

AFP Johannesburg – South African Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson said her department wants to address weaknesses the process of commissioning renewable-power projects. The country is seeking to cut the use of coal for electricity and is adding 3,725 megawatts of … Continue reading

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UK Renewable Energy Increased By Record Numbers

Renewable energy has been taking a strong hold in European countries as of late, stronger than what the United States has allowed. Since the first quarter of the year, renewable energy’s contribution to the British power grid has been increasing, … Continue reading

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Army’s renewable energy push gathers solar-powered steam

<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 9–> She said while it has taken several years for some projects to go from the initial planning stages to the awarding of a construction contract, the number of renewable energy projects should begin to speed up, … Continue reading

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Increase Renewable Energy with Better Hydrogen Storage Tech

In the world of alternative energies, hydrogen fuel cells offer plenty of positive attributes which has attracted a great deal of research around the world in working towards greater development of these fuels. Hydrogen can be captured from energy generation … Continue reading

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Sowing Even More Confusion About Renewable Energy

On 5 August, I posted a commentary about economist Dr. Charles R. Frank, Jr.’s Brookings Institution working paper from May, which came to wide notice when it was featured on a full page of The Economist in late July. Dr. Frank’s paper claimed, … Continue reading

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Germany’s Expensive Gamble on Renewable Energy

WILSTER, Germany—In a sandy marsh on the outskirts of this medieval hamlet, Germany’s next autobahn will soon take shape. The Stromautobahn, as locals call it, won’t carry Audis and BMW’s, but high-voltage electricity over hundreds of miles of aluminum and … Continue reading

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Renewable energy saves Iceland

World Bulletin / News Desk Iceland, which consumes the most electricity power per capita in the world, makes almost all energy production through renewable energy sources, according to Orkustofnun, the National Energy Authority of Iceland. Iceland produced 70 percent of … Continue reading

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