Skip navigation
All Places > Discussions

Renewable Energies

Log in to follow, share, and participate in this community. Not a member? Join Now!

Recent Activity

javier
I'm looking for a market in the energy sector where plastic 3D printed elements is a game changer. Any ideas
in Renewable Energies
swarooprao
I was just reading this article: Neoliberalism has conned us into fighting climate change as individuals | Martin Lukacs | Environment | The Guardian .   The headline should be provocative enough to make you click it. What do you think? Do you think personal lifestyle changes are only a drop in the ocean and do not count for much? Or do you think… (Show more)
in Renewable Energies
robp
Our study on “Solar power potential of Tanzania” is just published in Renewable Energy. Elsevier is kindly providing free access to the article until July 22, 2017 with this special link:  https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1V8wu3QJ-dThME   Abstract: More than one billion people are still living without access to electricity today. More than half… (Show more)
enricofurnari
Recently, Trump has proposed to pay the Mexican wall by installing solar power on it - something that seems almost unbelievable. In addition to that, his proposed import taxes on solar (with the Suniva's case) would boost considerably the local solar industry - even if consumers might have to pay slightly higher prices. There might be a point… (Show more)
in Renewable Energies
cfricom
Our planet the earth has to cater for a continiously growing population today + 7 billion people and expeted to grow up to 9 billion by year 2050. All of them aspiring and looking to enjoy constantly higher levels of living standards. Already today the 7 billion people on the earth consumer several times more of the limited and both non-renwable…
esimonot
https://windeurope.org/confex2017/?ref=WindEurope 
in Renewable Energies
esimonot
https://www.photovoltaic-conference.com/ 
in Renewable Energies
madis
I noticed that this article hasn't made it's way here yet: Offshore Wind Farms Offer Subsidy-Free Power for First Time - Bloomberg  In my opinion, this news could be another good indicator  that the costs of some renewable energy technologies are becoming competitive and subsidies might soon not be needed some years from now. I remember some news… (Show more)
in Renewable Energies
robp
A new study proves decentralized storage improves the efficiency and resiliency of the digital grid, highlighting the importance of including batteries in the development of a smarter electricity system. Lower costs coupled with proven system performance are allowing photovoltaic (PV) plus batteries to compete with retail electricity prices and… (Show more)
Load more items