Archives for Energy
Brazil’s energy giant Petrobras has become a symbol of Brazil’s recent problems, with dubious acquisitions and poor management.
With the World Cup approaching, an impending crisis could nudge Brazil in a more sustainable direction--specifically towards energy efficiency.
Earth Hour 2014 is one of the most important environmental events of the year, and is important for raising awareness about the impact our energy consumption has on the planet.
According to the clean energy advocacy group One Block Off the Grid, the solar capital of the United States is Fresno.
Wind power potential in Japan is still at an early stage. But GE has rolled out a wind turbine the company says is ripe for the Japanese market.
Kosovo, along with much of southeastern Europe, still has potential for a vibrant renewable energy sector.
One challenge Nepal faces is energy: the country simply does not have enough of it, despite ample sources of water.
Despite Yerevan’s plans to join the Moscow-led Customs Union, Armenian consumers are not catching a break when it comes to the cost of Russian gas.
One key breakthrough achieved by an algae biofuels company, Algenol, has been to develop and optimize outdoor reactor systems that combine carbon dioxide, salt water and sunlight to produce thousands of gallons of fuel per acre.
To raise awareness about the world's largest solar bridge, SolarCentury surprised London commuters at a station to serve them a free cup of tea brewed in the world's largest tea cup.
Panasonic is running a “Shut Out the Darkness” Campaign that encourages designers to submit their design for solar lanterns, which will then be distributed worldwide to those living off the grid.
UK energy consumers have long complained about the rising cost of their utility bills, which now soar over $2,000 U.S. annually--clean energy is an option, but not if UK politicians start scaling back their rhetoric.