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The Indian electric grid is now certain to have over a 100GW of renewable energy (RE) even under the worst case scenario by 2022. So what does this mean for the energy storage sector?
CSR is no longer a luxury choice for businesses. It’s become a necessity, a compulsion, a means to win customers, and turn them into loyal followers and eventually fans.
The inefficiencies in our current centralized electrical grid have led to both increased costs and more fossil fuel consumption. What if there was a way for customers to take more control of their energy consumption during these times of peak demand?
Winter is now officially here and by now you’ve probably stocked up on your supply of home heating oil. You may well be feeling smug as well as snug, but you’ll feel even better if you know you’re making the most of your oil by insulating your home and by using your boiler more efficiently.
From home heating to electricity and mass transportation, we have mostly depended on coal, oil and natural gas for all our energy needs leading to their exhaustion. According to this guest author, biomass is a more compelling solution.
Green design and architecture are becoming the norm across building sectors around the world, and for good reason.
Solar power is playing a central part in Uruguay's clean energy transformation.
Clean energy, particularly solar panels, offer schools more than just a great way to reduce unnecessary costs.
A recent survey revealed that employees offered workplace charging are 20 times more likely to drive a plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV).
Despite claiming in 2012 that it was committed to clean energy, the UK government has given fracking the green light despite widespread public concern.
The hit YouTube video “Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways!” has been viewed over 17.1 million times, and this comes after an enormously successful Indiegogo campaign that just ended last week.
“The waste industry will be obsolete in the near future.” It’s a captivating thought and also a rather an incredible quote when you hear it from the CEO of Ragn-Sells - a business that collects waste.