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What is renewable energy and sources

What is renewable energy and sources

Renewable energy refers to sources of energy that can be replenished in a short period of time. Some renewable sources are essentially infinite such as solar, wind and hydro power. Biomass and geothermal power can also be replenished, when properly managed. Renewable energy can be used as transportation fuels, to produce electricity, and for heating. Clean, renewable energy is not new, but a collection of economic, environmental and technological changes are leading to new and rapid development in the way these resources are used.

What is renewable energy?

What is Alternative energy

Renewable energy is energy which can be obtained from natural resources that can be constantly replenished.
Renewable energy technologies include technologies that use—or enable the use of—one or more renewable energy sources. Types of renewable energy technologies include:

what is Biomass energy and resources

Biomass is plant material or animal waste. Examples include trees, corn, grass, and manure. The gases collected from the decomposition of these materials may also be used, such as landfill gas.
Biomass contains energy that can be used in a variety of different ways. Simply burning… bioenergy, biomass energy, Biomass energy and resources, what is Bio-fuel, what is Biomass energy

EU Should Scrap Energy Subsidies to Fight Warming, Poland Says cut oil imports to remain the leader in the fight against global warming,

WARSAW – The European Union should scrap fossil fuel and renewable energy subsidies and set a target to cut oil imports to remain the leader in the fight against global warming, according to Poland’s environment minister.

Poland wants to keep energy prices at an affordable level,… Bioenergy, cut oil imports, EU Climate Commissioner, fight against global warming, Fight Warming, Geothermal Energy, Hydropower, Scrap Energy, solar energy, wind power

Moniz Unanimously Confirmed As New DOE Chief Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)

ew Hampshire, USA – Ernie Moniz has been unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the next Secretary of Energy, in a 97-0 vote (with three nonvoters). He succeeds Stephen Chu who held the position for four years.

Moniz’s nomination to head up the Department of Energy had… Bioenergy, energy efficiency, Energy Storage, Geothermal Energy, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Ocean Energy, Other, solar energy, Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Solar Tech, wind power

Finland’s New Energy Solutions economic development powered by a single company’s success.

You may not know much about Finland, but you certainly know the powerhouse technology company that became a household name across the globe and drove the nation’s economic expansion through the 1990s-2000s. Nokia generated a quarter of Finnish economic growth from 1998-2007, prompting a new… Bioenergy, Finland’s New Energy Solutions, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Hydropower, solar energy

Connecticut Seeks to Literally Water Down its RPS, Could it Happen in Your Region? other renewable energy sources.

Including hydropower in the state’s renewable portfolio standard could crowd out other renewable energy sources.
Since I live in New Hampshire and write about the global renewable energy industry, once in a while small local news that might appear to be of minor importance to my neighbors… Bioenergy, Hydropower, renewable energy sources, Solar Tech, wind power

Europe Sinks Its Flagship Carbon Trading Scheme All German Chancellor Angela Merkel

BERLIN – All German Chancellor Angela Merkel had to do was pick up the phone and dial her people in Brussels. Had she done so before the European Parliament’s (EP) key vote last month on April 19, her party’s representatives could easily have saved the EU Emissions Trading… Bioenergy, energy efficiency, EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), European Parliament’s (EP), Geothermal Energy, Hydropower, solar energy, wind power

Russian Renewable Energy Law Could Significantly Boost Clean Energy But Obstacles Remain

Lithuania – Hopes for Renewable Energy Source Development Measures (RESDM) in Russia’s renewable power sector are high: if adopted and properly implemented, it will boost the renewable sector that is plagued with underfunding, often differing regional and federal legislation, other… Bioenergy, energy efficiency, Geothermal Energy, Hydropower, large renewable energy, renewable energy incentive scheme, solar energy, wind power

The Finnish Hydrogen Roadmap: Hydrogen to Join Electricity in Ending Traffic Pollution compiled by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Global expectations for hydrogen are currently sky-high. Transport applications stand at the threshold of commercialisation, while ahead lies an investment boom in the hydrogen distribution network. The changeover to hydrogen based on natural gas would already mean a potential saving of billion… Bioenergy, carbon footprint, Ending Traffic Pollution, Energy Storage, Finnish hydrogen roadmap, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, hydrogen distribution network, Other, renewable energy, Technology and Innovation (Tekes), VTT Technical Research Centre

Renewable Energy Leases on Tribal Lands: Enhanced Sovereignty and Increased Responsibility Bureau of Indian affairs (BIA)

2013 may well be remembered as the year that ushered in a new era for the development of renewable energy projects on tribal lands.

In January, regulations that compel the Bureau of Indian affairs (BIA) to react to a submitted lease for renewable energy development within 60 days (as well as… Bioenergy, Bureau of Indian affairs (BIA), Geothermal Energy, HEARTH, Helping Expedite and Advance, Hydropower, Responsible Tribal Homeownership, solar energy, wind power

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