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AGL Energy receiving planning consent for 53MW solar project in New South Wales, Australia

Jul 23 - Global Data Point - Once completed, the plant is expected to generate enough electricity to power about 17,000 homes in the region. More...

Germany Ready to Help Nigeria On Renewable Energy

Jul 23 - AllAfrica - Against the backdrop of the epileptic power supply bedeviling the country, a ray of hope may be in the offing as Germany is willing to provide the technical know-how to Nigeria on renewable energy. More...

BNDES receives US$ 335 million from Germany's KfW bank in support of renewable energy

Jul 23 - Global Data Point - The operation is the largest ever carried out by the German development bank in Brazil. More...
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Nuke plan green light

Jul 23 - Cape Argus (South Africa) - The government is sticking to its guns and insists it will accelerate plans to build new nuclear power stations that could cost as much as R1 trillion or more to help secure the country's energy supply. More...

High cost of power

Jul 23 - Cape Argus (South Africa) - Although nuclear power does provide a viable base-load alternative to coal for electricity production, a "thorough investigation" of nuclear energy is needed before new plants are commissioned. More...

After Two Years, Danish Wind Major Vestas Returns to India

Jul 23 - Indian Business Insight - Vestas, Denmark's wind power major, had decided to scale down sales effort in the Indian market in Sep 2012. More...

Articles 

By Darshan Goswami
On: May 28, 2014
By 2050, India could go 100% on Renewable Energy to create a sustainable energy future. In the coming years, India will face seemingly insurmountable challenges to its economy, environment and energy security. To overcome these more...
By Wayne M. Kovach
On: May 19, 2014
Energy poverty is a shame. There are over 1.3 billion people worldwide who currently have zero electricity. More than 3 billion cook with dirty fuels such as wood, dung, coal, and crop waste. Most of more...
By Joao Gomes
On: April 14, 2014
Today 70% of the Brazilian Electric Power comes from Hydroelectric Plants - Renewable Energy - this relation was worse in the past. I do not know if today we can still consider the energy generated more...
By Harry Valentine
On: January 29, 2014
Throughout the 20th century and up to the present day the Re South Africa was and is the leading economy on the African continent. During the latter 20th century, the South African GNP/GDP exceeded the more...
By Claudio Capozzi
On: January 3, 2014
As you fly across Europe you may notice something if it is a clear day. It begins as you leave the UK and observe the tens of hundreds of windmills lined up in giant farms more...



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