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Uruguay (AP) Uruguay's government said on Thursday that 84 percent of its energy last year came from renewable sources. The small South American country has been pushing for an energy diversification policy focused on developing wind and solar energy
a leading brand and technology provider of solar photovoltaic products, today announced that Solar Insurance & Finance ("Solarif"), an international and independent insurance broker specializing in insurance for PV installations, has certified
The village board voted 4-3 this week to work with FirstEnergy to provide residents and small businesses an alternative electricity supplier to ComEd. The new rate, at 7.5 cents per kilowatt-hour, is about 50 percent higher than the previous rate
More than 80 percent of people taking part in a worldwide survey believe climate change will be responsible for more natural disasters in the future, and three-fourths would use renewable energy if it were more available. What's good for the
Google Inc. (GOOG) plans to push deeper into the $ 363 700 000 000 u.s. market power sales, working on tools that help utilities delivers electricity to homes and offices more effectively, people with knowledge of the case said.
If approved, it would be the largest source of renewable energy originating in Marin. The second-largest would be Marin Clean Energy's existing installation at the San Rafael Airport. "Since this is an old quarry, it (the solar farm) seems like an
Administrator Statement on Why Access to Clean and Affordable Energy Matters to Women and Children At the Energy and Women and Children's Health Event, Sustainable Energy For all Forum United Nations, New York I am very pleased to be part of this
In Summary Households consuming 200 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity this month will, for instance, pay at least Sh4,712.5 up from the Sh4,302.3 they would have paid based on the current tariffs. The escalation in billings is linked to the planned
In a major boost for clean energy, scientists have proved that solar power can beat fossil fuels in large-scale generation of electricity. Australian scientists have for the first time used solar power to generate "supercritical" steam.
Labasa Town Council's assistant health inspector Newal Naidu revealed this to the Labour Minister, Jone Usamate during a recent tour of the Namara rubbish dump. Mr Naidu said scavengers often made a living out of selling used plastic bottles for