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Renewable Energy: Wind Power

Posted by admin on September 2, 2012 in Renewable Energy with No Comments

Available wind power is currently estimated at more than five times the energy used by the world today. An inventor in Boston has created a way to double that power in a system compact enough for urban wind generation.

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What Is a REC?

Posted by admin on August 29, 2012 in Renewable Energy with No Comments

An animated explaination of Renewable Energy Certificate.
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Clean Energy in Our Community: University of Minnesota Morris

Posted by admin on August 17, 2012 in Clean Energy with 2 Comments

The second in a new Energy.gov video series about local Clean Energy projects is University of Minnesota Morris and their partnership with the town of Morris, Minnesota.

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UGE & GE Skypump: The world’s first wind-powered EV Charging Station

Posted by admin on August 14, 2012 in Renewable Energy with 1 Comment

Introducing the Skypump, UGE’s revolutionary wind-powered EV charging station developed in collaboration with GE Energy.

Working together with GE Energy, a leader in renewable energy and the world’s premier supplier of charging stations, UGE offers consumers the ground-breaking Sanya Skypump. Installed by UGE Iberia, the Spanish branch of New York-based Urban Green Energy, the Skypump is located at Cespa’s global headquarters near Barcelona.

Equipped with an LED light, GE WattStation/DuraStation (depending on location) technology, and capturing up to 4 kW of wind energy, the Sanya Skypump ensures that EVs are powered by the cleanest energy possible – directly from the wind! Homeowners may also couple the same UGE-4K turbine with GE’s wall-mounted WattStationTM to have renewable EV charging capabilities at home. The Sanya Skypump makes EV charging as simple as possible with target locations in parking lots, highway rest areas, or any convenient roadside.

When the charging station is not in use, the UGE-4K turbine will continue to operate and feed energy back into the grid, providing the local electric grid with additional Renewable Energy.

For more information or to learn about our other renewable solutions, please visit: www.urbangreenenergy.com

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Clean Nation – Renewable Energy Opportunity

Posted by admin on July 31, 2012 in Clean Energy with 1 Comment

Become a partner of Renewable Clean Energy and reduce our dependence on foreign oil while creating a recurring monthly income for you and your family.

This amazing NEW Nation Wide opportunity officially kicks off August 2012. Send your email to CleanNation@charter.net for information on how you can take advantage of this financial opportunity while having a positive impact on our nation and environment.

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Proof Free clean Energy has been here for years . Do i have to ask why the NWO suppresses this tech

Posted by admin on July 12, 2012 in Clean Energy with No Comments

Debunk this_ FREE ENERGY.
Uploaded by FreeCalamus on Jan 7, 2009

Very simple concept but pretty amazing to see in action. These devices will convert ocean waves into energy for coastal residents in the near future.

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Europe Commits to Renewable Energy

Posted by admin on July 9, 2012 in Renewable Energy with 13 Comments

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Stability and growth of the renewable energy market in Europe were on the agenda at an energy conference in Brussels. European policymakers joined forces with other major stakeholders to chart the way forward for energy policy in the EU.

European Union policymakers join forces with business leaders and representatives of civil society at an energy conference in Brussels to chart the way forward for energy policy in the EU.

Friday’s conference, called “Stability and Growth: Towards a Renewable European Energy Market” focused on tackling two major energy issues facing the EU.

One is how to ensure that the energy targets for the year 2020 are met in the current economic climate in Europe. The second is to draft targets for the year 2030.

[Günther Oettinger, EU Commissioner for Energy]:
“So, are we on the right track to achieve our 2020 renewables target and to continue bringing about the large volume of renewables that the Roadmap says is necessary?”

One of the 2020 targets is that 20-percent of all energy in Europe should come from renewable sources, including solar power, wind and biomass among others.

The push to de-carbonize the energy sector and the problem of growing dependency on fossil fuel imports were issues highlighted at the conference.

The European Union now sends 300 billion euros overseas every year to import fossil fuel—money that could be kept in Europe if renewable energy sources could be effectively developed.

From a political perspective, dependence on foreign fossil fuels brings about instability and political dependence: on Russia for gas or Iran and Arab countries for oil.

Some imports of fossil fuels also help prop up non-democratic regimes with a history of human rights violations—another reason to do something about changing the status quo.

From an environmental perspective, renewable energy is considered “clean” energy.

However, development of Renewable Energy system requires considerable investment and innovation.

And the conference highlighted a need for more involvement in these areas.

[Anni Podimata, Vice-President, European Parliament]:
“Firstly, energy infrastructure investments are crucial for the integration of the internal energy market, even though the majority of the required investments will come from the private sector, we should ensure that the public funding is available – when it is mostly needed, especially in the current era of crisis.”

The EU’s renewable energy policy started in 1997. European industry now leads in the development of global renewable energy technology and employs one-and-a-half million people.

Some countries such as Austria, Finland and Latvia, obtain one-third of their energy from renewable sources. Sweden—as much as half.

NTD News, Brussels, Belgium

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Obama State of the Union 2012 + Energy + Climate Change

Posted by admin on July 9, 2012 in Clean Energy with 7 Comments

White House “Energy + Climate Change” progress

Watch full speech: 2012 State Of The Union Address (enhanced ver. + slides) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zgfi7wnGZlE

Climate Progress Network

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Aveda, EILEEN FISHER, Ben & Jerry’s, Clif Bar, and Others Help Build Wind Energy

Posted by admin on June 25, 2012 in Renewable Energy with No Comments

Wind energy is transforming northern Iowa. Rural communities are benefiting from increased tax revenue, job creation, and economic development. Young people who usually leave have begun to stay. And for many farmers, wind generation is providing a key source of income.

With the help of companies and individuals across America, NativeEnergy’s Iowa Farms Wind Project is funding two new wind turbines in the area.

Project supporters include Aveda, EILEEN FISHER, Ben and Jerry’s, Clif Bar, Annie’s Homegrown, Reverb, Touring Green, Designtex, Curtis Packaging, and Xanterra. These organizations bought NativeEnergy Help Build™ carbon offsets from the project, which provided critical funding that enabled wind turbine construction.

Over the next eight years, the turbines—set on two family farms—will displace fossil fuel use and cut 92,000 metric tons of carbon emissions. That’s like taking 18,000 cars off the road for a year!

Help build this project: http://www.nativeenergy.com/iowa-wind.html.

About NativeEnergy
NativeEnergy is an expert provider of carbon offsets, Renewable Energy credits, and carbon accounting software. With NativeEnergy’s Help Build™ offsets, businesses and individuals can help finance the construction of wind, biogas, solar, and other carbon reduction projects with strong social and environmental benefits. Since 2000, NativeEnergy’s customers have helped build over 50 projects, reducing more than 2.5 million tons of greenhouse gases, and the company has over 4 million tons under contract. All NativeEnergy carbon offsets undergo third-party validation and verification. Learn more at www.nativeenergy.com.

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10 Surprising Effects Of Global Warming

Posted by admin on June 13, 2012 in Global Warming with 25 Comments

From squirrels hiding in the mountains to the return of deadly diseases, here are 10 surprising effects of Global Warming.

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Check out a selection of video’s highlighting some Alltime10’s favourite and interesting people.. @ http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=365DD325201BCB58

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