Thursday, May 23, 2019

Clean Energy News

The European Union (EU) has offered financial support to businesses operating in the West Midlands to help them take advantage of bioenergy technologies.Developed by the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University, this project constitutes a three-year program...
Iceland is drilling a massive geothermal power hole into a volcano to boost its renewable energy capacity. Known as the Iceland Deep Drilling Project (IDDP), this hole is said to be the largest of its kind in the world.By...
A Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) certification has been processed by the Virunga National Park and the Aera Group for the Matebe hydropower plant in the Democratic Republic of Congo.The carbon-financing firm, Aera Group, stated that its partnership with the...
An energy-from-waste (EfW) power plant, which was built by renewable energy firm New Horizons Energy Ltd. and gas company Afrox, was inaugurated for operation in Athlone, South Africa.This new plant was specifically designed to create usable biomethane from organic...

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Nova secures EU funding for “Revolutionary” technology

Scottish renewable-energy firm Nova Innovation said yesterday a £2.25million grant from the European Union would help it “revolutionise” the future of tidal power.Nova, which...

Mining and its Role in Clean Technology

Mining and its Role in Clean TechnologyThere is the natural synergy between mining and clean technology. Extracted raw materials are transformed into technology...

TerraForm Expects Independence From SunEdison by January 2017

TerraForm Power, the US-centric yieldco of bankrupt renewables firm SunEdison, said it expected to be operating independently of its parent company by January 2017.TerraForm...
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Improved Solar Panels Are Being Made in Singapore

In an effort to find a solution to the lack of space for solar panels in Singapore, REC TwinPeak created a new panel that...
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Construction of the Third Phase of the World’s Largest Solar Park...

According to Masdar Group and Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), construction work for the third phase of the 800-megaWatt Mohammed bin Rashid Al...