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India has offered to help Cuba develop its renewable energy resources. This was conveyed by Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Minister of New and Renewable Energy to Mr. Marino Murillo, Vice president of the Republic of Cuba at Havana. Dr.
The World Energy Council's Energy Sustainability Index ranks countries on availability, security, affordability and quality of energy, and amount of energy from low-carbon and renewable sources. The Index shows most countries assessed are far from
http://www.studentawards.com/forum.aspx?g=posts&t=27689 In a world where almost everything is run by machines it not surprising
The electrification of the country through what's known as "the grid." Ernest Moniz, director of the Energy Institute at MIT, says they were right on the money. "That reflects what an amazing machine this is, spread out geographically, always having
File photo Bulgaria launched with an official commissioning ceremony the largest photovoltaic park in the Balkans...The total power of the parks is 42 MW with an annual electricity production of 61 320 MWh, which will provide electric power for 2 000
The development of Renewable Energy Sources has been among the major energy policy lines of Greece for the last 10 years. It is seen as an important contribution to the improvement of the Greek environmental indicators and, in particular, to the
Jamaica urged to use more renewable energy Published: Saturday September 11, 2010 Philip Hamilton, Gleaner Writer Dr Paul Jury, associate professor in meteorology at the University of Puerto Rico, says the use of renewable energy sources, such as
North Dakota regulators on Wednesday endorsed most of an Xcel Energy Inc. plan for selling its renewable energy credits and sharing the money with its electric customers in the state. Xcel, which is based in Minneapolis, provides electric service to
Energy and Environment have targeted solar energy as a key factor in overcoming the power crisis in Mindanao. This source of Renewable Energy (RE) can complement existing coal-fired plants and is applicable even if off-grid areas, said Angara.
The problem is evident all around the country as large parts of Egypt's towns and cities, including Cairo, have been experiencing daily power outages during June, July and August. The problem is more serious when it comes to the industrial sector.