As a summary of the philosophy behind the REScoop movement, the REScoop 20-20-20 project produced a short animation video that uses the case of the Greek island of Sifnos as a metaphor for the rest of Europe.
Applications For The 2016 New Energy Pioneers Are Now Open. The deadline for applications is 30 November 2015.
After 5 years, Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit is back in London. More specifically, in October 2015 (12-13 October), Bloomberg New Energy Finance convenes its first EMEA Summit on the future of energy, covering there three themes: markets, money and mix.
Goal 9 of the Sustainable Development Goals – build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation – is a short phrase which raises many questions.
Today Google is celebrating tis 17th birthday!But, have you ever wondered if Google is green enough?We have gathered some facts in orded to answer the above question.
New Energy Outlook (NEO) is Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s annual long-term view of how the world’s power markets will evolve in the future and it’s now available.
As the world prepares for the Paris climate change talks later this year, moving to renewable sources of energy is a key part of many countries’ plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, in 2012, 40.4% of all electricity production worldwide still came from coal.
From Austerity to Abundance
Greece is home to heroes and goddesses, mythical creatures and jeweled beaches, damn fine olives, and the most sun-kissed skin in Europe. While the recent coverage from Greece has been about scarcity, austerity and converging crises, it has failed to cast a shadow over a country that is abundant in a powerful and ancient source of hope: the Sun. Continue reading “Solarization of Greece”
News that India has opened the first airport to be entirely powered by solar energy has underlined the growth in renewable energy. The sector has been growing strongly despite the dramatic fall in the price of oil and last year 59% of all new power generated around the world came from renewable sources. Continue reading “Which countries generate the most power from renewables?”