December 2009

Renewable energy: perspectives

December 31, 2009

Image via Wikipedia As the year and the decade comes to an end today, renewable energy seems to set to enjoy growth in the next few year while it will also be necessary to overcome enormous technological obstacles currently in the way of a clean energy-powered world. Related Posts:Seattle turns waste into renewable energyRenewable energy […]

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Initiative wants more legal support for clean energy

December 29, 2009

A new organization called American Businesses for Clean Energy (ABCE), which in a short period of time has already attracted support from 823 companies, is calling on Congress to pass clean energy and climate legislation that will significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Related Posts:New report outlines how clean energy can generate jobs in the U.S.Non-profit […]

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Merry Christmas!

December 24, 2009

Energy Refuge wishes all its readers a wonderful, restful holiday season and a fantastic new year. We hope the new year will see further progress for the renewable energy sector, both on the technological and political front. Thanks for your support in 2009! Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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Brazil wants more wind power

December 23, 2009

Image by Getty Images via Daylife The Latin American country known for its pioneer use of sugar cane ethanol now is looking to wind power to expand its renewable energy matrix. Related Posts:Happy World Environment DaySwitching to renewable energyEurope: 100% renewable energy in 2050Latin America starts to migrate to renewable energyNorway to start testing world’s […]

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Mexicans to produce algae biofuels on industrial scale

December 21, 2009

Biofields, a Mexican clean energy firm, has licensed Algenol’s Direct to Ethanol© technology whereby it can turn an algae cell of a hybrid blue-green seaweed into a ‘tiny ethanol factory’. Biofield’s plant to produce algae biofuel will be sited at Puerto Libertad, in the state of Sonara, 300 km from the United States. The plant […]

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