NEW UN STUDY HIGHLIGHTS HUGE POTENTIAL FOR GENERATING CLEAN ENERGY IN AFRICA

NEW UN STUDY HIGHLIGHTS HUGE POTENTIAL FOR GENERATING CLEAN ENERGY IN AFRICA New York, May 13 2013  4:00PM Less than 1 per cent of all patent applications relating to clean energy technology (CET) have been filed in Africa, according to a new United Nations study, which also highlights the opportunity …

Trendspotting: US States Warming up to Renewable Energy Heating and Cooling, Part 1

Trendspotting: US States Warming up to Renewable Energy Heating and Cooling, Part 1 by Jennifer Runyon, Managing Editor, RenewableEnergyWorld.com | August 9, 2012 | Post Your Comment Of the fifty U.S. states, four territories and one District of Colombia, almost forty of them have some kind of renewable energy requirement …

Iceland Home to World’s First Zero-Emissions Data Center

UK telecoms and IT services provider Colt is well on its way toward building the world’s first zero-emissions data center, in all of four months. Being built for data center developer Verne Global, the plant will be built on a former NATO base in Keflavik, Iceland, where geothermal and hydroelectric …

Alstom delivers first turbine runner for Xiangjiaba hydro project in China

Hydro Headlines Alstom delivers first turbine runner for Xiangjiaba hydro project in China LEVALLOIS-PERRET, France — Alstom delivers the first 812-MW turbine runner to the site of the Xiangjiaba hydroelectric power project under construction in China. HydroWorld.com weekly newscast The HydroWorld.com weekly newscast, featuring headline news from the global hydropower …