Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Wind Energy And Agriculture Working Together
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11·22·19
For centuries farmers have farmed land where they have earned a living growing crops or raising livestock. However, in recent years, due to the way in which the economy has changed and supermarkets have taken over, farmers are really feeling the pinch. In many places, it's a lot tougher to earn a living from traditional […]
Is the EU solarizing its digitized economy sans an environmental tax policy?
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
11·20·19
The EU is solarizing its digital economy at a fast pace. The factors behind this paradigm shift in energy – when renewable energy is projected to comprise 90% of the electricity mix in Europe by 2040 – include technical, economic, environmental. Technological Blockchain-based digital technologies are decentralizing and democratizing the electricity supply by enabling the […]
How do Wind Turbines Work?
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11·05·19
We can harness the wind to provide energy for boats, farms, homes, and cities. In this article, we look at the device behind them all; wind turbines. We answer the question; "How do wind turbines work?" and examine the benefits of harnessing the kinetic energy of the wind.  
How to Teach & Encourage Kids to Conserve Electricity
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10·28·19
For many of us, we can take electricity for granted. We may rarely stop to think about the impact our electricity use has on the environment or our energy bills. It’s no small issue either. Over 5bn metric tons of C02 was emitted from the production of energy in the US in 2018. So, if […]
Renewable Energy Trains and the Railways
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10·22·19
Rail travel is considerably better for the environment than other forms of transport. This is particularly true when you consider how much CO2 is emitted per person that travels by car when compared to a train. Research from the European Environment Agency looked at the CO2 emitted per passenger kilometre. Air travel was the worst […]
Uses of Renewable Energy in Daily Life
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10·10·19
When we consider the way in which we needlessly use energy, we could all do a little more. Taking stock of where we can benefit from using renewable energy in daily life can help our transition to cleaner sustainable energy. 
Why Is Renewable Energy Important?
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10·05·19
Our continued use and consumption of fossil fuels has contributed to record levels of C02 in the atmosphere. The time has come to make a change. If we ignore the fact that we are harming our planet then the damage will become irreversible. Warmer temperatures, rising sea levels and melting glaciers are just a few […]
Renewable Energy Non-Profits Doing Good In The World
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10·05·19
The switch to renewable energy is an essential part of our fight against climate change. Thankfully, there’s also a growing number of energy companies out there genuinely working for a better planet. Below we’ve had a scour and selected some exemplary renewable energy non-profits doing good in the world. 
Japan to Solarize Its Burgeoning Digital Economy
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
09·22·19
In 2009, Japan — the Land of the Rising Sun — undertook important initiatives that set the tone for how it intended to solarize the world’s third-largest digital economy. Japan passed its Basic Space Law, which established a space power satellite (SPS) — the concept of collecting solar power in outer space and distributing it to […]
Is Solar Power Adoption Hindered by an Inadequate Global Environmental Tax Policy?
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
09·22·19
Solar energy could provide an affordable source of power for the increasingly power-hungry digital technology industry. This article discusses the environmental tax, digital technology, and solar energy policies of the countries that are the world’s six largest carbon dioxide (CO2) emitters.
History of Bioenergy
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09·12·19
Most of us have heard of Bioenergy or biofuel. However, the majority of us might think that this is a modern form of energy. This could not be any further from the truth because the history of bioenergy dates back centuries
Advantages and Disadvantages of Solar Energy
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09·12·19
Of all the renewable energy sources which currently exist, only solar exceeds any likely future demand. As long as the sun continues to burn, we can tap energy from it without depleting the source. Therefore, we cannot ignore the sun’s contribution to our energy needs. But like all things, there are advantages and disadvantages of […]
How to Save Electricity at School?
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08·28·19
Electricity is the second largest expense of schools in the US, outweighed only by teachers’ salaries. In the UK, state-funded schools collectively require about £584 million to pay for electricity and gas. In less developed countries, some schools cannot always afford to keep their lights on during learning hours. These figures all add up to […]
The 10 Biggest Wind Farms in the World
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08·27·19
The environment is now paying the price for our lack of care and consideration. Greenhouse gases are causing significant problems such as an increase in temperatures and melting ice caps. Since the industrial revolution, there has been an increase in the temperature of the earth of around 1.2 degrees.  As a result, we are now […]
The 10 Biggest Solar Farms In The World
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08·26·19
In our quest to reduce carbon emissions, solar farms are becoming a common sight across the globe. What was once a slow-moving technology has now become a mainstream alternative to energy produced from fossil fuels. To demonstrate this growth, we take a look below at the 10 biggest solar farms in the world.
How Does Renewable Energy Reduce Climate Change?
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08·18·19
There are many contributors to the dawning epidemic of climate change. But studies show that our use of non-renewable energy sources is the major culprit. So how does renewable energy reduce climate change? First, we take a look at the climate impact of non-renewable energy. 
17 Interesting Renewable Energy Sculptures
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
08·18·19
As climate change concerns continue to rise, we need to increase the uptake of renewable energy to help reduce the use of polluting fossil fuels. Art and creativity can work with renewable energy too and creative types are using innovation to contribute in their own way. Art is known as one of the oldest methods […]
Guide to Teaching Renewable Energy for Kids
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
07·27·19
Teaching kids about anything is an exciting but challenging task. Not only will your skills at simplifying concepts be tested, but kids can ask the most unexpected questions. However, some important lessons should always be tackled. Such as teaching renewable energy for kids. 
Renewable Energy Inventions - Driving Us Forward
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07·27·19
There are various renewable energy types. Whether that is solar, wind, hydro or tidal, all come from innovation and invention. As we accelerate our move away from the use of fossil fuels, we rely on renewable energy inventions and innovations to make the switch possible. Each of these renewable energy inventions provides us with some […]
7 Solar Energy Myths - Discussed and Debunked
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07·27·19
Solar energy facts and myths. We have all heard of them but how many of us believe them? In fact, how many of us completely disregard them? The reality is that most recognise the importance of solar energy in the mix as we move to cleaner energy sources. Despite the various solar energy facts and myths, the […]
Renewable Energy Tips To Help Transition to Cleaner Energy
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07·23·19
Energy consumption is on the rise, with demand predicted to increase by 27% by 2040. What can we do to aid the transition to cleaner energy? Especially in the face of rising demand. And how we can best switch to more sustainable fuel?  So, we need to think about actionable renewable energy tips. Practical tips […]
Why Should My School Go Solar?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
07·18·19
The first time we heard of Greta Thunberg skipping classes on Fridays to stage protests, the world was shocked. A teenager sitting outside her country’s parliament weekly because of climate change? But Greta’s actions launched a new wave. Young people raised their voices from different parts of the globe. Many others started to ask “Will […]
How is Bio-Energy Produced?
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07·17·19
How is bio-energy produced? This is a question that many people ask as bio-energy doesn't seem to have the same interest as other forms of renewable energy. Bio-energy is another type of renewable energy that can help us to reduce carbon emissions. From the moment we found out how to burn wood, we have been […]
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