green energy Articles

  • EU Industrial Policy Strategy: Investing in a smart, innovative and sustainable industry

    On 13 September, in his annual State of the Union address, President Jean-Claude Juncker stated: "I want to make our industry stronger and more competitive. The new Industrial Policy Strategy we are presenting today will help our industries stay or become the world leader in innovation, digitisation and ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • To Green or Not To Green

    Among multinational corporations there has been a growing trend to become “green,” but what does this mean? This generalized term is used to describe corporations that undertake any number of actions (or not) to reduce environmental impacts, lessen waste and conserve natural resources. Driving factors to become more “green” include market pressures caused by labor crises ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Why Embrace Green Energy?

    Living in this dynasty is not as easy as to what we see and not that simply as what it seems to be. Aside from seeing beautiful and great things, we didn’t know that behind all of this is the beast that haunts our future. It is because plainly ignoring the things which I know that in the first place it is the things that we need to consider first. For instance, things that we just take for ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Green energy test

    Investment growth in clean energy plummeted from phenomenal rates of more than 50% a year in 2005-7 to just 5% in 2008. With credit hard to get hold of and oil prices languishing in the region of $40 dollar/barrel, what does the future hold for what was a booming alternative energy industry? Michael Liebreich – founder and CEO of New Energy Finance, clean energy analysts – is surprisingly ...

  • Renewable energy and the green economy: Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009

    Ontario's Green Energy and Green Economy Act, 2009 (the 'Act') received Royal Assent on May 14, 2009. The Act's aim is to foster the growth of renewable energy projects, promote a green economy and energy conservation and to encourage the efficient use of energy. Its scope equals its intended impact on Ontario's energy sector: both are substantial. To realize its objects, the Act creates the ...


    By McMillan LLP

  • Green Energy: The highlights of 2015 - 2015 was a banner year for green energy

    No question, 2015 will be remembered as a banner year for clean energy in Canada. Perhaps surprisingly Alberta led the way as the new government there pledged to invest in clean energy. “Alberta is going to move away from coal and towards clean power,” said Premier Rachael Notley when, in November, she announced ...


    By Green Energy Futures

  • Producing Green Energy: Must Have

    In today’s world, everything we do almost revolve around power and power generating equipment are very necessary for that matter. Industrial, commercial and residential needs drive the need for the generation of power and power equipment. There is a very rapid growth of this need which begins in huge plants and then is disbursed using power lines to substations and finally to the ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Greening business: Green grows the opportunity

    China´s prodigious economic growth and galloping resource demands are often portrayed as an eco-threat. Now, business and investors are waking up to the huge commercial opportunities presented by China´s sustainability challenge, writes Nick Robins. ´The rapid rise in world energy costs, increasing import dependency for energy and the emergence of new carbon markets has generated real demand ...

  • Green clouds

    Cloud computing has been on the up since the days when it was just blue sky thinking. Today, however, many challenges remain including perceptions of security and energy consumption. However, a study by researchers in India published in the appropriately named International Journal of Cloud Computing, suggests that with the right moves, cloud computing could become the truly green way forward. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Green Building

    Project of the Month   Sonnenbaum choice of project for September is total green concept which focuses on sustainability for a manufacturing factory located in Klang. The green and sustainability concept involves creating a structure and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource efficient throughout a building life cycle, taking into a count all phases ...


  • Vaccu.Lan for Green

    You're building a 'green' science building, and some of your laboratories require vacuum support. How do you provide vacuum for those labs? You can't use an oil-sealed rotary vane vacuum pumps in the labs. The oil mist would contaminate the laboratory air, and the noise pollution makes the working environment unpleasant. The pump oil would quickly be contaminated by biological and chemical ...

  • Green remediation

    The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) strategic plan calls for increased research and application of sustainable systems that promote environmental stewardship, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and improve energy efficiency. One area of this research is green remediation. Green remediation is a relatively new approach to environmental cleanup; expanded from the traditional ...


  • Dyeing to be green

    The textile industry uses copious amounts of water to dye fabrics — by some estimates, 25 liters of water just to dye a T-shirt. Not only that, but many textile factories are located in Eastern Asia, where chemical-laden water is sometimes dumped directly into local rivers. A technology recently  ...


    By Ensia

  • Rethinking the green recovery through renewable energy expansion

    The world today is facing the worst economic and environmental crises in generations. Hence, we need policies that can stimulate recovery and at the same time reach the sustainability. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP et al., 2008; UNEP, 2009a, 2009b, 2011) and many economists (e.g., Barbier, 2009a, 2009b, 2010; Edenhofer and Stern, 2009; Robins et al., 2009) advocate the need for a ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Green Energy-Still a Grey Area for Many

    When homes and business are thinking about where their electricity is generated, pig poo, tomatoes and skip waste are probably not the first things that spring to mind for most, but all three are being used to generate power across the country. Sustainable energy provider, green energy uk, investigates green energy sources and explains how easy it is ...


  • Does green energy help firm performance?

    Environmental protection and sustainability is an emerging management topic. However, it is not easy for a for–profit firm to assign financial resources to sustainability, particularly when it hampers financial performance. We use Fortune 500 firms and examine the impact of participation in the green power partnership programme and using higher–priced clean energy on firm financial performance. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Wisconsin-Based Utility Expands Green Energy Portfolio

    JUST as a wise investor maintains a diverse investment portfolio, a successful utility needs to make certain that it has a diverse portfolio of generation sources,” says Bill Johnson, manager of Agricultural Compliance for Alliant Energy, headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. Alliant's generation portfolio includes 434 megawatts of renewable energy - enough to power over 110,000 homes. “With ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Alberta energy tries to green up its act

    Jason Snydmiller is among a growing number of oilpatch veterans who are working to make Alberta a leader in environmental technology related to the energy sector, although his ambitions are global.'I see Alberta as one of the leaders globally for water technology,' says Snydmiller, president of a modest startup called Tangent Environmental Technologies with a staff of six.After spending years ...


  • Is green energy our new plastics industry?

    If The Graduate were written today, Mr. McGuire’s career tip to Benjamin probably would have been “green,” rather than “plastics.” But it’s likely Benjamin would have responded in the same quizzical way: “Just how do you mean that, sir?” It was difficult to envision the vast number of new products, businesses and careers that would emerge from the plastics industry following World War II. The ...

  • Creating green energy requires accurate weighing solution

    A 50-tonne, Avery Weigh-Tronix weighbridge/truck scale is helping Malaby Biogas generate 500kW per hour of green electricity to feed the National Grid and supply renewable energy to nine business units on its UK-based anaerobic digestion facility. The 15m, 50 tonne Bridgemont pit mounted weighbridge/truck scale is being used on site ...


    By Avery Weigh-Tronix

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