What does it take to start using green energy in your life? All you need to have is some determination and knowledge, and this article has plenty of ideas for you to use, as long as you’re ready to implement… Continue Reading
According to the Worldwatch Institute: Driven by the gathering sense of a climate crisis, the notion of “green jobs”-especially in the renewable energy sector-is now receiving unprecedented attention. Currently about 2.3 million people worldwide work either directly in renewables or… Continue Reading
We’re advocates for a "Clean Environment" – and we’re new into Renewable Energy Development in the Philippines. What are the proper instruments & protocols to measure Water Current, Solar Radiation, Natural Gas Pressure, Wind Speed, & other Clean Energy resources?
"The Tennessee Valley Authority has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for an operating license at the Rhea County site, however, the Sierra Club, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, the Tennessee Environmental Council, the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League, and… Continue Reading
Summary Of The Waxman-Markey Climate Bill: American Clean Energy and Security Act. June 27th, 2009 • Related • Filed Under Some of the key points of the American Clean Energy & Security Act from Grist, since they know better than… Continue Reading
"Areva SA of France predicts the global use of solar-thermal power will grow by about 30-fold this decade, a forecast that spurred the world’s largest maker of nuclear reactors to buy a California-based equipment maker." "The deal was similar to… Continue Reading
Amonix.com – Press footage of the Amonix solar “Flip the Switch” event at Southern Nevada Water Authority in Henderson, NV. Green jobs and clean energy come to Nevada.
Cheaper Materials Could Be Key To Low-cost Solar Cells ScienceDaily (Feb. 19, 2009) — Unconventional solar cell materials that are as abundant but much less costly than silicon and other semiconductors in use today could substantially reduce the cost of… Continue Reading
The President points to a revolutionary new solar plant that will employ 1000 people and power 140000 homes. The plant is possible because of the President’s investments in the clean energy economy, which Congressional Republicans want to eliminate.
Only 80 billion(roughly 10% of the "Stimulus" bill) was spent on renewable energy. Nothing is being done to develop said technologies. More of the bill was spent on pork and earmarks than was spent on infrastructure and energy, two of… Continue Reading