Posted 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 by water is Renewable Energy, because it is in constant decline. As Renewable Energy are  more...
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Posted By: Harry Valentine - Commentator/Energy Researcher, Langson Energy
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 sum total GNP/GDP of all other African nations located between South Africa's northern border and  more...
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Posted By: Claudio Capozzi - Managing Director, EMEA, SunGard's Energy Business
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 on both sides of the North Sea. It continues as you cross the Netherlands into  more...
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Posted By: Ramanathan Menon - Editor and Publisher, Sun Power
On: January 1, 2014
A camel takes a drink in Jordan. The Middle East faces conflict if its water shortage is not tackled. Photograph Courtesy: Neal Clark/Robert Harding Collection "There is a lot of water on Earth, but more than 97% of it is salty and over half of the remainder is frozen at  more...
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Posted By: Ferdinand E. Banks
On: December 31, 2013
A DISOBLIGING INTRODUCTION* On every ship there is somebody who doesn't get the message - U.S. Navy adage As for the message itself, normally I would not bother to explain why this exercise is necessary, but I will on this occasion. Yesterday a Swedish television program, featuring five self-appointed energy  more...
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Posted By: Claudio Capozzi - Managing Director, EMEA, SunGard's Energy Business
On: December 16, 2013
The Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region is mainly comprised of ex-Soviet states, some of which have joined the European Union. As most of these countries have adopted western-style free-market economies, Eastern European commodities markets have seen significant development and are increasingly of interest to commodity traders. Countries such as  more...
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Posted By: Mike Wootton - Founder and Chairman, Langogan Power Corp.
On: November 28, 2013
What a struggle it is to utilize renewable energy in the Philippines. I have it on good authority that developers, driven to desperation to get a return on their investments and frequently having pursued development of renewable resources for anything up to 7 or 8 years and having held service  more...
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Posted By: Davis Swan - President, Debarel Systems Ltd.
On: October 1, 2013
On September 22 there was a general election in Germany.  In one of the most lack-luster campaigns in the post-war era Chancellor Merkel done everything in her power to keep issues and policies out of the news.  The assumption seems to be that if the German people have nothing to  more...
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Posted By: Kristopher Settle
On: August 8, 2013
India's energy program is extremely interesting, given the sheer size of its electrical grid and the dire necessity to develop additional forms of electric generation.  Overall, it is the fourth-largest energy consumer in the world behind the US, China and Russia.  Yet over 300 million citizens in India function without  more...
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Posted By: Kristopher Settle
On: August 1, 2013
China has a fascinating portfolio of energy usage; filled with much potential, but also filled with various challenges.  The simple fact is that China continues rapid industrialization to meet the demands of its 2.1 billion citizens, as scores of people are transitioning from traditional means of agriculture to a more  more...
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