What are the Instruments to measure Water Current, Solar Radiation, Natural Gas Pressure?

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?

WSW 2/19/09 HeLp AsAp HeLp AsAp?

CHICAGO — A landmark Energy Department project to bury carbon dioxide produced by humans has begun as workers sunk a huge drill bit into Illinois ground this week, signaling continued support for a climate change mitigation strategy that has fallen… Continue Reading


www.mywindpowersystem.com presents THE SOLAR POWER AND WIND POWER PREDICTOR When planning to install a Solar Power or Wind Power System, predicting the expected Solar and Wind Power output at your location can be very difficult. MyWindPowerSystem.com has come across a… Continue Reading

Solar Power Training with Infinite Solar

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What do you think about California's new solar power projects?

The Department of Interior today announced final approval of two large solar energy projects in southern California that will produce 754 megawatts of clean renewable energy to power more than a quarter million homes and create almost 300 permanent jobs… Continue Reading

Jeremy Leggett, Solar Century, on green technology

Here Jeremy Leggett, founder of Solar Century, a solar solutions company, and former campaigner on climate change for Greenpeace International, discusses here the photovoltaics industry, renewable energy and the financial crisis touching on feeding tariffs, green technology and supporting the… Continue Reading

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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