December 2007

Solar power and nanotechnology

December 22, 2007

The Nano-Science Center of the University of Copehagen announced the discovery of a new material called nano flakes that can potentially revolutionize the way solar power is converted into electricity. “We believe that the nano flakes have the potential to convert up to 30 per cent of the solar energy into electricity and that is […]

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Cars and carbon emissions

December 20, 2007

Two good news related to cars and their significant role in carbon emissions came out yesterday. The first was the proposal announced yesterday in Brussels by the European Union to force car makers to meet the goal of reducing carbon dioxide emissions to 120 grams per kilometer (192 grams per mile) by 2012. EU officials […]

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Renewable energy 2008

December 19, 2007

As 2007 draws to a close, 2008 promises to be a year when renewable energy will get even more headlines and developments. Here’s a list of some of the events lined up for next year for those who have business interests in the sector or those who would like to learn more about the topic. […]

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Energy and the Presidential Race

December 19, 2007

At CNN’s site, this article discusses how different and how the same all the “front-running” candidates are regarding energy policies. They aren’t that different. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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Bali summit, action plan

December 17, 2007

The UN climate change Bali summit came to an end with the United States at the last minute giving in only ever so slightly on its ‘obstructionist’ stance that prevented the binding commitments that Europe had sought to materialize, effectively turning the event into a failure. Instead, the meeting ended with an ‘action plan’, which […]

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