A small tube length only 60 cm promises to bake anything up to 20 minutes without electricity or fuel. The GoSun, invention of an American engineer specializing in solar construction, can be easily transferred and it costs only 130 euros.
INTELEN is a software company in the CleanTech / Energy Information and Communications Technology (ICT) domain .Company’s mission is to become a market leader in energy efficiency software field (energy analytics) by combining leading-edge IT knowledge and innovation.
“News about energy technologies often seems contradictory. We hear of promising breakthroughs from academic research labs, innovative startups, and even established companies—advances that could help reduce our reliance on sources of energy that are nonrenewable and polluting. But few of these advances are having significant impact. Solar and wind power, for example, still account for a very small portion of the world’s electricity supply.
What’s a proven way to lower your energy costs? Would you believe: learning what your neighbor pays.
What will it take to meet the Sustainable Energy for All goals for energy access, renewable energy, and energy efficiency by 2030? The Global Tracking Initiative combines the work of 15 international organizations to show where the world is today in energy access, renewable energy, and energy efficiency, and how far it needs to go to meet the 2030 goals.
About 90 million tons of food is wasted annually in Europe – agricultural food waste and fish discards not included.
On June 12 the 2013 edition of the BP Statistical Review will be released. The mission of the Statistical Review has always been the same: to provide objective, high-quality, and globally-consistent data on world energy markets.
Are you planning to develop a small hydro-power station? If yes then take a quick look on the list below, a list consisting of seven reasons that probably will lead your project into a failure.
A video with the best views of the Earth from space in 2012, including true color satellite images from the International Space Station (ISS) , Earth science data visualizations, time lapses from the International Space Station, and computer models released by NASA on 02 April 2013.