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Smart Grid Now Live in Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands, about midway between the island nations of Iceland and the United Kingdom, cover about 540 square miles over eighteen islands. Power production...

Leading Tech Giants Form Breakthrough Energy Coalition

Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates are about to join forces with other world leading companies to fight climate change by funding innovations in the...

German Coal and Gas-fired Plants Shut Down as Electricity Prices Drop

RWE, one of the leading electricity and gas companies in Europe, has recently announced their plans to close down some of their gas and...

Top 3 Myths About Renewable Energy- Busted!

The future is in renewable energy, there is no doubt about that. Of course, no great technology can go without meeting opposition from a...

British Government Plans to Encourage Fracking, People Oppose

British governmental officials are about to announce  the results from research conducted by the British Geological Survey on quantities of trapped gas in the...

Efficiency of Heat Transfer Boosted by Jumping Water Vapor Droplets

Water vapor condensed on metal plates, also known as condensers, is the main driving mechanism in most industrial power plants. Depending on how easy...

How to Reduce Commercial Electricity Demand Charges

The way companies are billed for energy use is changing in the UK. This guide explains how businesses can reduce their commercial electricity demand charges...

Arab Oil Prince Fears Rising Gas Prices, GE Forecasts Dawn of Solar Power

If you haven't been watching the news for the past few years, there's a war going on in the world of energy. While Arab Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, the 19th richest person in the world and one of the ones who make a huge profit from oil, said to CNN he's worried about the prices of oil going up, Mark M. Little from GE tells Bloomberg that in 3 to 5 years we'll be able to produce electricity from solar panels for as little as 15 cents/kW, far less than by using oil.

Estream, a portable water turbine to power electronic devices

Estream is the latest technology that provides portable power for electronic devices. It is hydro-turbine that uses the force of flowing river streams. Staying connected...

Germany Penalizes Clean Energy Producers for Using Their Own Energy

In their attempt to reduce the increasing electricity bills, German government is taking drastic and slightly controversial measures. Merkel and team plan to introduce...