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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:

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

Placing wind farms offshore doesn’t deter opposition face opposition from NIMBY

Offshore wind projects, though they are environmentally friendly and create electricity through wind, still face opposition from NIMBY (not in my backyard) groups. Many offshore wind projects have and still are facing opposition today.

Cape Wind
Cape Wind was the first offshore wind project in… Electricity, Jobs, Ocean, Ocean Energy, Offshore, Saving, United States, Wind, Wind Associates, wind projects, Wind’s Final Environmental

Chicken Soup for the Hydropower Soul United States Senator from Minnesota

WASHINGTON, D.C. Those who remember NBC’s Saturday Night Live of the early 1990s undoubtedly recall Al Franken, who, after serving as both a cast member and writer for the show, has since become a New York Times best-selling author, a talk show host, and, most recently, a United States… American hydropower industry, Chicken Soup, Green Power, Hydropower, Hydropower Soul, Natural Resources, Ocean Energy, Senate Energy, WASHINGTON D.C.

Replacing Diesel with Renewables: Negotiations for a 1-MW Wave Project at Tongatapu abundant potential and sensible climate policy

The Pacific Islands are attracting renewable developers, despite small populations and tiny demand. They have abundant potential and sensible climate policy — while paying premium prices for diesel.
Currently IRENA estimates that small Pacific Island nations are expected to account for 17… Hydropower, Ocean Energy, Renewable energy developers, Renewables, Replacing Diesel

The Greenest Organizations in the US: Who Uses the Most Renewable Energy? top 50 organizations in the US that get their electricity from “green power

New Hampshire, USA – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released the updated list of the top 50 organizations in the US that get their electricity from “green power.” The rankings are listed in order of annual green power usage in kilowatt-hours (kWh), though… Bioenergy, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Geothermal Energy, Green Power, Hydropower, Ocean Energy, renewable energy power, solar energy, Solar Tech, top 50 organizations, wind power

Lockheed, Reignwood to Build Ocean Thermal Power Plant for China build a plant to generate electricity from differences in ocean temperatures,

LONDON – Lockheed Martin Corp. and China’s Reignwood Group will build a plant to generate electricity from differences in ocean temperatures, using technology the U.S. defense company previously worked on in the 1970s.

The 10-megawatt facility powered by ocean thermal… build a plant, generate electricity, Hydropower, Ocean Energy, ocean temperatures, ocean thermal energy

Renewables Are “Bright Spot” in Bleak Low-carbon Outlook International Energy Agency (IEA) annual report on global progress towards

LONDON – Today in New Delhi the International Energy Agency (IEA) revealed the latest figures from its annual report on global progress towards a low-carbon future. The agency addressed its report to a meeting of the Clean Energy Ministerial, a group of ministers representing nations that… Bioenergy, concentrating solar power (CSP), energy efficiency, Energy Storage, Geothermal Energy, Green Power, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Hydropower, Ocean Energy, solar energy, Solar Tech, wind power

2030: A Future Roadmap for Renewables? European Commission Green Paper seeking views

A recent European Commission Green Paper seeking views on the development of intermediate renewable energy and climate targets for 2030 has prompted calls from the industry to adopt a three part approach, targeting renewable energy, energy efficiency and emissions reduction.
Formally… Bioenergy, climate targets, energy efficiency, Energy Storage, European Commission, Geothermal Energy, Green Paper, Green Power, Hydrogen – Fuel Cells, Hydropower, Ocean Energy, Other, renewable energy, solar energy, Solar Tech, views, wind power

VC Funding in Renewable Energy: Tracking the New Normal Clean energy investments worldwide slid 22 percent in 1Q13 to $40.6 billion,

New Hampshire, USA – Clean energy investments worldwide slid 22 percent in 1Q13 to $40.6 billion, their lowest level in four years, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). The biggest declines were in the U.S. (54 percent), Europe (25 percent), and China (15 percent), while… Bioenergy, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, BNEF, Geothermal Energy, Green Power, Hydropower, Ocean Energy, private equity (PE), solar energy, wind power

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