January 2009

Renewable energy financial forecast

January 26, 2009

Good news on the solar power front as far as economics go, or so it seems. Triple Pundit has a report with a round-up of links pointing to the fact that consumers will benefit from decreasing costs involved in installaling solar power systems in their homes while manufactures might lose on the profit margin. The […]

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E.ON backs organic-inorganic hybrid photovoltaic project at UK university

January 19, 2009

The Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey has been awarded a major research grant by the energy giant E.ON as part of their ‘Application of Nanotechnology in the Energy Business’. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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Biofuels, food prices and deforestation

January 13, 2009

I came across this article recently and I thought it was well worth sharing, despite this article being old hat in media time. The Guardian newspaper had access to a leaked internal report by the World Bank claiming that biofuels may be responsible for up to 75 percent of recent rises in food prices. Even […]

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New report looks at algae fuel’s market potential

January 5, 2009

The algae biodiesel fuel market seems bound for the big time in 2009 and a new report by Energy Business Reports, called “Biofuel from Algae Market Potential” explores the investment potential of the technology. “Algae are the fastest-growing plants in the world. Algae-based technologies could provide a key tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from […]

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