Are you sick of being at the mercy of utility firms?

Like many consumers and business owners around the UK, you might be struggling to balance your finances at present. The aftermath of the banking crisis is still being felt and the austerity package implemented by the coalition government in a bid to reduce the fiscal deficit has compounded the pressures.

Not only this, but inflation is […]

8.2 Billion U.S. Dollars For Offshore Wind Turbine Farm in Korea

8.2 billion U.S. dollars in South Korea prepared to construct 500 offshore wind turbines. Several large companies such as Hyundai Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering will be involved in the project.

As quoted by AFP, the wind turbine farm would be near the area Buan and Yeonggwang. To 500 turbines that will generate […]

In 2050, Germany produce electricity 100% from renewable energy

Germany, the country that leading adopters of solar cell technology to generate electricity GigaWatt 14 at the end of 2010, set a target to produce the overall supply of electricity from renewable energy sources in 2050.

Jochen Flasbarth, president of the Federal Environment Agency – a German government agency which deals with environmental issues – German […]

Saving renewable energy surplus into methane gas

Every year the power plant which utilizes the potential of renewable energy such as solar and wind increased in the megawatt scale. But unfortunately until now the media storage of surplus energy that produced by renewable energy power plants still has not find the technology. Battery until now is still the main alternative, but the […]

More efficient energy using solar energy cells

The Uses of solar cells as an energy source for vehicle in the Shell Eco-marathon competition 2010 in America proved more frugal. Among the 48 participants with a variety of vehicle types of conventional or alternative fuels, solar cell vehicle that design by student at Purdue University from the State of Indiana, United States, proved […]

Solar energy through The Island Solar

More sunlight shining on the ocean rather than land. This is one of the reasons why the ice in the north and south poles are not expected to melt quickly on the current scale. All because the ice has been a sort of giant reflective glass so that sunlight can be reflected back into space […]

Renewable energy of Smart Grid to reduce carbon emissions

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), one research institute under the Ministry of Energy of the United States, recently published results of research on the influence of the transmission network use of intelligent (smart grids) on carbon emissions and energy. The influence of these two objects are made directly by the use of new technologies and […]

Renewable energy and technology for ship and boat

Indonesia is an archipelago with a vast ocean, the longest coast in the world and also has large rivers that penetrated far into the woods. Therefore, river and sea transportation is very important for Indonesia. But the ships are currently driven by the energy of all oil. I once wrote an article about the ship […]