May 29, 2015

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‘Road-Ready’ Fuels Made from Waste Plastic

Australia’s first commercial-scale plant to convert waste plastics to “road-ready” fuel has produced its first batch.

Renewable Energy Industry Supports More Than 9 Million Jobs In 2014: Irena Report

Report indicates an 18% increase from 2013. China employs two-thirds of the 2.5 million global solar PV jobs, making such technology the largest...

Solar-powered ATMs to Deliver Clean Drinking Water in Pakistan

The prototype machine looks and functions like an ATM, but dispenses water instead of cash. Users are issued a card they can use...

Solar Road a Great Success

The world’s first solar road is generating more electricity than expected engineers have confirmed, just six months after initial launch.

New Report Hails UAE’s Leadership in Green Economy

Report says UAE has the potential to be at the ‘hub’ of a new global energy revolution.

Apple Expands Renewable Energy Goal

Apple says it generates renewable energy equivalent to 87% of the energy used by its facilities worldwide. The company’s goal is to get...

Community Energy Model is Speeding US Move to Renewables

Publicly-run clean energy programmes are flourishing across the US, as states from California to Massachusetts and Ohio embrace the switch from fossil-fuel based...

Energy-Poor Nepal Looks to Solar for Post-Quake Power

Nonprofit groups are raising money to provide emergency food aid, build latrines, and install free solar panels atop health clinics.

DOE Grants $75M to Project for Harnessing Solar Power to Create Fuel

Researchers are focused on the breakthroughs needed to produce liquid transportation fuels from a combination of sunlight, water & CO2, using artificial photosynthesis.

A Cleaner Shipping Deal Could Save Your Company Some Green

Over the past five years, the energy efficiency of cargo and container ships has become the subject of far closer scrutiny.




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