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BY DIMITRIS ASSIMAKIS AND MINAS KITSILIS Dimitris Assimakis and Minas Kitsilis provide a brief update on the investment climate for wind power developers in Greece. Despite the economic climate of the last five and a half years, Greece continues to display a strong rate of wind park commissioning, ...
Posted 02 September 2015 by Libi Israeli
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BY ADAM MAIDMENT on how some of the world's biggest brands have embraced green power and the lessons to be learned. Being green is more of a necessity than a lifestyle these days, with more awareness being built on the fact that the more conventional resources of energy on the planet are finit ...
Posted 31 July 2015 by Libi Israeli
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By Nick Ni – Verde LLC, Massachusetts, USA Renewable energy has grown at a dramatic rate in recent years. The US Energy Information Administration has recently reported that renewable energy sources provided 9.81% of US energy consumption and 11.82% of domestic energy productio ...
Posted 31 October 2013 by Steve Barrett
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AND WOW, there are certainly plenty of new markets for the renewable energy industry – and they are finally coming out into the light. Deployment of renewables is an “idea whose time has come”. These are the words of Adnan Amin, director general of the International Renewable ...
Posted 09 April 2013 by Gail Rajgor
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The global growth of renewable energy over the last few years cannot be disputed, but can it really play a major role in the world of large-scale electricity generation? Some would say it already is. Wind power is the obvious example. “If anybody had said we would be here talking about w ...
Posted 23 January 2013 by Gail Rajgor
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In the last week, a British company (Air Fuel Synthesis) introduced us to a potential breakthrough piece of technology which can create petrol using just air and electricity. One major benefit of this generated fuel is that it can be used in many of our transport options with no adaptation required. ...
Posted 29 October 2012 by Gail Rajgor
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