March 2012

Winds of Innovation at MLB Stadium

March 30, 2012

An innovative wind energy tower has been installed atop Cleveland Indians Baseball stadium. The tower was designed by Cleveland State University’s Dr. Majid Rashidi. Related Posts:WindMade Launches #ShowYouCare CampaignSpain Sees Record Wind Power Generation in JanuaryWind Power Blowing Stronger in Central AmericaAmerican Wind Energy Association Refutes Anti-Wind ClaimsQ1 Registers Growth For Wind Industry in the […]

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Earth Hour 2012

March 29, 2012

March 31st is Earth Hour, the day when between 8:30 and 9:30 pm people all over the world switch off the lights to make a symbolic gesture representing the need to be frugal with electricity and, we hasten to add, to switch to alternative energy. Symbolic actions are great, but they should lead to real […]

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Talking About Storage for Alternative Energy

March 28, 2012

Storage is one of the hurdles in the way of mass-scale adoption of alternative energy types such as solar and wind. Efficient storage is key because we need to be able to access power when the sun is not out and the wind is not blowing. A recent TED talk delved into this subject. The […]

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Kenya, in Africa, Lets Wind Power Blow Stronger

March 27, 2012

Kenya is one of the East African countries with the highest electricity services, despite a poor service that sees constant power cuts and power rationing. Since the country relies mostly on hydropower (60 percent), changing weather patterns due to climate change has added to the problem. This is one of the reasons the country’s government […]

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Why You Should Use Solar Energy in the Home

March 26, 2012

Our guest blogger Vanessa Parr writes about the advantages of solar power for UK homes. Solar energy have been dubbed the future for energy. There are so many advantages to using solar energy that it is really worth considering it as an option for your home. Related Posts:Alternative Energy in the UK’s Southwest: InfographUK Researchers […]

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