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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:

China to create $3 billion solar fund for Pakistan China to support Pakistan in utilising its solar energy resources

A Chinese company is ready to create a special solar fund worth three billion dollars in China to support Pakistan in utilising its solar energy resources. The company has the capacity to establish a solar plant of 1000MW in 6 to 8 months in Pakistan, while 50MW to 100 MW solar energy can be… Alternative Energy, Alternative Energy in Pakistan, Alternative Energy News, batteries, Biofuels, biogas, biomass, Board of Investment (BoI), Charge Controller, Electricity, Energy, Energy Crises, Energy Crises in Pakistan, Energy News, green energy, Hydel Energy, Hydropower, Inverter, LED lights, LVD Induction Lamps, PAKISTAN, Pakistan Renewable Energy Society, renewable energy, Renewable Energy Financing, Renewable Energy News, Renewable Energy NGOs, Renewable Energy NGOs in Pakistan, Renewable Energyin Pakistan, solar energy, solar energy resources, Solar Panels, solar Street lights, solar water heaters, Solar Water Pumping, Wind energy

Board of ABB has unanimously appointed names Ulrich Spiesshofer as CEO

Head of Discrete Automation and Motion division to succeed Joe Hogan on September 15

Zurich, Switzerland, – The Board of ABB has unanimously appointed Ulrich Spiesshofer, the head of its Discrete Automation and Motion (DM) division, as Chief Executive Officer. He will succeed Joe Hogan in… (DM) division, ABB CEO, Cleantech, Discrete Automation and Motion, Public Health, Risk Management, Ulrich Spiesshofer as CEO, Wind, Wind energy

What Green Web Hosting Offers To Online Business Owners contribute to the environment without sacrificing your business,

Editor’s note: This is a good way for anyone with a website (who doesn’t have one these days?) to green their business. It’s something I’ve incorporated on my own sites, and something we are pursuing here on Important Media.
There are several online business owners who wonder if they… Green Web Hosting, r Renewable Energy Certificates, Solar Power, Wind energy

Vestas wins 42 MW wind energy wind turbines will be installed in the province of Obrovac, order in Croatia

Vestas has received a firm and unconditional order for 42 MW. The 14 V90-3.0 MW wind turbines will be installed in the province of Obrovac, Croatia. 

The first turbine delivery is planned for the first quarter of 2014 and the wind power plant is expected to be commissioned During the… rovince of Obrovac, Vestas wins, Wind energy, wind energy in Croatia, wind turbines installed

Phase out fossil fuel subsidies and limit use of coal-fired plants, International Energy Agency (IEA) says

The world is not on track to reach its goal of limiting global temperature increase to 2°C, warned the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Monday.
Highlighting the need for intensive action in the energy sector before 2020, the IEA noted that the energy sector accounts for about two-thirds of… climate change, co2, Coal, energy sector, global greenhouse gas, International Energy Agency (IEA), Wind energy

Low wind technology key to success King’s Wind Farm in Thailand

With Global Wind Day 2013 taking place this weekend, we’re continuing the ‘wind energy stories’ series as Robert van Waardentravels to Thailand to explore low-wind solutions.

A worker climbs the mast of a 10KW wind turbine on the King’s Wind Farm in Thailand. The farm is owned and… King’s Wind Farm in Thailand, Low wind technology, Thailand wind energy, Wind energy

VSMC signs two contracts for offshore in England Westermost Rough (ENG) and Humber Gateway (ENG) wind farms

VSMC recently signed two separate contracts to lay and bury export cables for the Westermost Rough (ENG) and Humber Gateway (ENG) wind farms. With these latest projects, VSMC strengthens its strong position in laying and burying electricity cables in and to offshore wind farms.
Westermost Rough… DONG Energy, East coast of England, offshore UK, transport electricity, Wind energy, wind farms

Enercon opens new wind turbine factory Building a high-tech rotor blade factory on greenfield

Operations at the new rotor blade factory for Enercon’s E-101/3 MW series started up in record time. Construction of the approximately 26,600 m² production facility started in summer 2011 and test operations began just slightly over a year later. In the  meantime, Aero Ems GmbH is now… Enercon, Germany, Wind energy

When medical practitioners mislead: Trio targets family doctors with bad information Adverse health effects of industrial wind turbines

This article is reposted from the Barnard on Wind blog with the permission of the author, Mike Barnard.

Three Canadians–two with current and historical medical credentials–have  jointly written a commentary in Canadian Family Physician (CFP), a peer-reviewed medical journal which is… Adverse health effects, Canadian Family Physician (CFP), Fiona Crichton, industrial wind turbines, Trio targets family doctors, University of Auckland, Wind energy

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