Archive | February 2018

Capturing the potential of renewable energy on National Battery Day

Today is National Battery Day. There is no Hallmark card for it, but it’s still a day that deserves our recognition. Lead batteries are the unsung heroes that power our economy. They provide 75 percent of the world’s rechargeable energy storage needs …and more » #renewableenergy #energy #renewables

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These Whirlpool Turbines Can Provide 24/7 Renewable Energy For Dozens Of…

Belgian company Turbulent have possibly come up with a solution to generate energy for small-scale rural areas. Using the power of water, the turbine can be installed to most river and canals, using the current to produce energy – which the creators claim is enough to power up to 60 homes.#turbine #renewableenergy #energy


Mark your calendars: The 12th Quebec Wind Energy Conference is in June

The TechnoCentre éolien has announced its 12th Quebec Wind Energy Conference, which will be held from June 11 to 13 at the Baie Bleue Hotel in Carleton-sur-Mer in Quebec, Canada. With an expected attendance of over 225 participants from throughout the … #windenergy #windpower #windfarm

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Netherlands to Build First Solar Farm That Will Float in the Ocean

As a solution, the Netherlands is considering building its solar farms on the surface of the ocean. Reuters is reporting that an offshore seaweed farm will be turned into a floating solar farm over the next three years, paving the way for a solar … #solarpower #solarenergy #energy #solarpanels

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A solar panel on every roof in the US? Here are the numbers | Ars …

When you’re scoping out possible futures, it’s useful to ask a lot of “what if?” questions. For example, what if we could install solar panels on every suitable roof in the United States? How much electricity would they generate? Plenty of research has … #solarpower #solarenergy #energy #solarpanels

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