Renewable energy overtakes nuclear as Scotland's top power source

Posted on November 29, 2014 by Ryan Brown | 0 Comments

Renewable energy overtakes nuclear as Scotland's top power source.

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Posted in hydro power, necular power, renewable energy, scotland, wind power

US Marines Want More Portable Solar Power To Fight The War Of The Future

Posted on November 23, 2014 by Ryan Brown | 0 Comments

US Marines Want More Portable Solar Power To Fight The War Of The Future

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Posted in GREENS, Keystone, Marines, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, Pipeline, Renewable Energy, Schmeystone, Solar, US Army

The Navy’s “Renewable Energy Push” in Hawaii

Posted on November 16, 2014 by Ryan Brown | 0 Comments

A new website has been launched to highlight alternative energy efforts sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Hawaii, fast becoming ground zero for the Navy’s push to develop “green” technologies.

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Posted in APTEP, Asia-Pacific Technology and Education Partnership, bioenergy, Department of Energy, Department of the Navy, geothermal resources, Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative 2.0, microgrid technologies, Navy Ray Mabus, Office of Naval Research, onr, reliable wind, renewable energy, Sea Warfare and Weapons Department, smartgrid, solar

Facebook embraces renewable energy to power its new data center

Posted on November 15, 2014 by Ryan Brown | 0 Comments

Facebook embraces renewable energy to power its new data center

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Posted in Datacenter, Facebook, Geo Thermal Cooling, Renewable Energy

Winter is Coming! 5 Ways the Changing Seasons Impact Renewable Energy Systems

Posted on November 15, 2014 by Ryan Brown | 0 Comments

Winter is Coming! 5 Ways the Changing Seasons Impact Renewable Energy Systems

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Posted in energy, Renewable Energy, solar, Solar Generator in Winter, Solar Power Station, Wind Turbine, Winter Solar Power

European Union Sets Ambitious 2030 Climate and Energy Goals

Posted on November 04, 2014 by Ryan Brown | 0 Comments

European Union Sets Ambitious 2030 Climate and Energy Goals. 

But some claim the 27 percent renewable energy target isn’t ambitious enough.

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Posted in efficiency, europeanunion germany, policy, renewable energy, solar