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Libya burns dirty oil for electricity as Islamic State disrupts gas plans

By Richard Nield | Published on 03/01/2018 | 9:31 AM Amid conflict since Muammar Gaddafi was deposed in 2011, gas pipelines have been shelved, leaving two new power plants reliant on burning crude Libya … Continue Reading Libya burns dirty oil for electricity as Islamic State disrupts gas plans

‘Bad-ass business women’ bring solar empowerment to Nepal

By Lucy EJ Woods | Published on 15/06/2017 | 4:57 PM | NGO that helps women overcome cultural taboos and start their own clean energy businesses to be awarded prize in London ceremony “People … Continue Reading ‘Bad-ass business women’ bring solar empowerment to Nepal

Maximizing potential for healthy rivers and low-carbon energy

MICHELLE  LAKLY MAY 24, 2017 As the global population climbs toward 9 billion, rivers will experience tremendous pressure. To provide the necessary resources for our growing communities, more river flows … Continue Reading Maximizing potential for healthy rivers and low-carbon energy

Your Pot Habit Is Making Climate Change Worse

By John R. Platt / TakePart October 11, 2016 Energy consumption by indoor cannabis farms will soon rival that of data centers.   What’s the carbon cost of legal marijuana? It … Continue Reading Your Pot Habit Is Making Climate Change Worse

India Looks to Battery Storage to Supplement Its Solar Boom

                Written by: Mike Stone. Posted on: March 14, 2016 For the first time ever, India is putting out the call for energy storage … Continue Reading India Looks to Battery Storage to Supplement Its Solar Boom

Super solar cells collect higher energy photons 30 times better

Bathing the Earth with enough energy in one hour to meet human needs for an entire year, the sun represents the ultimate source of clean, green sustainable energy. Credit: courtesy … Continue Reading Super solar cells collect higher energy photons 30 times better

Energy from waste tech offers on-site scope

28/07/2015 By David Appleyard Contributing Editor Testing is underway of a prototype pyrolysis technology that could extend the range of waste materials that may be used to generate energy. The Pyrofab system … Continue Reading Energy from waste tech offers on-site scope

Largest grid-connected African biogas plant comes online

Largest grid-connected African biogas plant comes online By Anna Simet | August 24, 2015 PHOTO: TROPICAL POWER Tropical Power has brought online a 2.4-MW biogas power plant in Kenya, reportedly the largest … Continue Reading Largest grid-connected African biogas plant comes online

CAN BIOCHAR AMENDMENTS IMPROVE SOIL QUALITY AND REDUCE CO2? A Climate Change Mitigation Approach through Regenerative Agriculture

A Critical Review Research Paper on Biofuel and bio-energy in sustainable agriculture. December 12, 2013 Abstract Variations in rainfall, increased mean surface temperature, persistent drought, reduced soil moisture and nutrient, … Continue Reading CAN BIOCHAR AMENDMENTS IMPROVE SOIL QUALITY AND REDUCE CO2? A Climate Change Mitigation Approach through Regenerative Agriculture

LIGHTING THE ACADEMIC COMMONS: A Case Study of Electricity Efficiency of Incandescent, Compact Fluorescent and LED Lamps

A research paper on Technology for Renewable Energy Jenkins Divo Macedo M.S., Environmental Science & Policy (2014) M.A., International Development & Social Change (IDSC) 13th December, 2012 Abstract This project … Continue Reading LIGHTING THE ACADEMIC COMMONS: A Case Study of Electricity Efficiency of Incandescent, Compact Fluorescent and LED Lamps

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