China’s Huge Solar Farms Changes The Worlds Energy

Fly over “Datong County”, a region in northern China, and you’ll see two giant pandas. One is waving at you. They are made of thousands of solar panels. Together, and with the other adjacent panels included, they form a 100-megawatt farm covering 248 acres. It’s actually a relatively small solar park by China’s standards – butRead More



Renewable energy explained – U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

What is renewable energy?Renewable energy is energy from sources that are naturally replenishing but flow-limited; renewable resources are virtually inexhaustible in duration but limited in the amount of energy that is available per unit of time.U.S. energy consumption by energy source, 2018total = 101.3 quadrillionBritish thermal units (Btu)total = 11.5 quadrillion Btu2% – geothermal6% -…



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22 Amazing Renewable Energy Projects That Pave The Way to a Cleaner Future

There’s a growing demand for greener, safer renewable energy sources. Sun, wind, water, biomass, waves and tides, and the heat of the soil, all provide alternatives to non-renewable energy. The following collection showcases some of the most amazing renewable energy projects and prototypes from the past few decades, including quite a few you’ve probably never…



Green Energy Revolution Can’t Meet America’s Energy Demands

Introduction A growing chorus of voices is exhorting the public, as well as government policymakers, to embrace the necessity—indeed, the inevitability—of society’s transition to a “new energy economy.” (See Peak Hydrocarbons Just Around the Corner.) Advocates claim that rapid technological changes are becoming so disruptive and renewable energy is becoming so cheap and so fast…





13 Hydropower Pros and Cons – Vittana.org

As population levels grow, the demand for power continues to increase. In the developing world, population increases can put pressure on power infrastructures to the point where they may fail. As for the developed world, additional power resources allow for a diversified infrastructure that isn’t depended on one form of energy.Hydropower serves as an available…







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