Renewable energy is on the brink of becoming the most sought after power source in history. And why not? Sunshine and wind are free. Once the systems are in place to capture their energy and convert it into electricity, there are no “fuel costs” needed to make more electricity in the future. Add in the […]
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Originally published on Planetsave.com Significantly boosting electricity generation from renewable sources in the upcoming years, Saudi Arabia is expected to experience robust growth in its solar power market, with a special focus on Concentrated Solar Power technology. According to a recently published report from TechSci Research, a “phenomenal” rate of growth is anticipated, especially between 2015–2020. […]
With Governor Jerry Brown’s recent call for 50% of the state’s energy to come from renewable sources, California’s power grid operators are focusing on meeting the emerging challenges this call brings to the energy industry. Meeting at the California Independent System Operator (ISO) headquarters in Folsom recently, the ISO Board of Governors approved a blueprint […]
Renewables provided 20% of electricity in the UK in 2014, up from 15% in 2013. Total greenhouse gas emission during the year dropped 8%.