Natural gas

Wind Power Beats Natural Gas Prices in Brazil

August 24, 2011

Brazil is often associated with ethanol when it comes to alternative energy, but 78 new wind power projects expected to generate around 2,000 MW are starting to make the country’s renewable energy mix a little more varied. Related Posts:The Road To a Solar-Powered Future is Paved With Natural GasMIT releases report on natural gasFossil fuels […]

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The Road To a Solar-Powered Future is Paved With Natural Gas

July 31, 2011

Natural gas has been getting a lot of bad press recently because of the fracking (‘hydraulic fracturing’) debacle. The problem is that this method of gas drilling is riddled with controversy and real environmental risks. Gasland, an Oscar-nominated documentary about fracking, brought to the world’s attention how people living near fracking sites had their water […]

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The Fracking Debate Continues

July 23, 2011

And it’s not likely to go away any time soon as the U.S. looks to natural gas as one of the replacements for fossil fuel, alongside other alternative energy options. Related Posts:Yoko Ono Joins Anti-Fracking CampaignThe Road To a Solar-Powered Future is Paved With Natural Gas

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Alternative Energy and Independence

July 4, 2011

Happy Independence Day 2011! Related Posts:Solar Power Accounted for 10 Percent of Germany’s Electricity in MayGermany Reaches Solar Power Generation RecordGetting Real About Climate ChangeMorocco Goes Big On Solar PowerElectric Vehicles (EV): Latest News

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World’s First Hybrid Solar Plant Opens in Florida

March 11, 2011

The first hybrid solar power plant in the world was inaugurated in Florida by Florida Power and Light Company at FPL’s Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center. It is one of three solar facilities commissioned by FPL. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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