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People in Germany essentially got paid to use electricity on Christmas due to renewable power.
Designated as a priority under the terms of the Belt and Road Initiative, the project is based in the north central coastal province of Ha Tinh
Blockchain is hot right now, not only as the underpinning of bitcoin, but because it has the promise to be a disruptive technology in multiple sectors. I started my exploration of how it will impact electricity’s transmission, distribution, and sale
Of all the energy sources that are set to replace hydrocarbons, nuclear is uniquely positioned to take the lead in the global transition to a low-carbon economy as it alone meets all of the above-mentioned criteria.
Hydroelectric power is nothing new, of course. (It’s also the source of international disputes and dangers.) But for the first time, the biggest source of water energy on Earth is open for business — the ocean.
The French company “Sunna design”, based in Bordeaux, produces solar panels for public lighting in several countries around the world.
A unique project that combines solar energy with keeping crops healthy has proven to be a more efficient use of land in Germany. The so-called agrophotovoltaic system may be the future of solar power in Germany and elsewhere.
H E Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah, Chairman of the Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Foundation for Energy and Sustainable Development lead a panel session on Day One of the 8th Bosphorus Summit in Istanbul, on Tuesday.
Source is a solar-powered and self-contained device capable of harvesting up to 10 liters of clean drinking water per day from the air. By harvesting water vapor from the air and condensing it into liquid, atmospheric water generators can essentially
Costa Rica has charted another clean energy accolade. So far this year, the Central American country has run on 300 days of 100 percent power generation from renewable energy sources, according to the Costa Rican Institute of Electricity (ICE), which cited figures from the National Center