Category Archives: Other renewables

Solar Energy Solar Power PV Photovoltaic

EGP

42 MW plus 15 MW managed by ESSE: EGP keeps on growing in a market that has not been affected by macroeconomic or political factors, and is still favourable in to investments in renewable sources. According to the latest figures, 300 MW of newly installed photovoltaic capacity was added to Greece

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Solar Energy Solar Power PV Photovoltaic

EGP

42 MW plus 15 MW managed by ESSE: EGP keeps on growing in a market that has not been affected by macroeconomic or political factors, and is still favourable in to investments in renewable sources. Enel Green Power strengthens its presence in Greece after it has put into service 19 new solar photovoltaic plants, with […]

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geothermal energy

Geothermal Energy In Turkey

Turkey is an energy importing nation with more than half of its energy requirements met by imported fuels. Air pollution is also becoming a significant environmental concern. In addition to pushing an energy saving programme, the Government sees, geothermal energy and other renewable energy sources as an attractive solution for a clean and sustainable energy […]

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Geothermal Industry Gathers in Washington, D.C. for GEA State of the Geothermal Energy Industry Briefing

This week, geothermal industry leaders, congressional staffers and government agencies gathered in Washington, D.C. for the release of the 2013 Annual GEA Industry Update (#GEABriefing2013) and a discussion on how to move the U.S. geothermal industry forward. The briefing offered an opportunity for an open dialogue despite some challenging industry issues. Dan Utech, deputy director […]

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Hydropower

Hydropower and Geothermal Energy Growth Slows

Hydropower, one of the oldest renewable energy technologies still in use today, remains on top, with an installed capacity roughly 2.5 times greater than all other renewable sources combined. Worldwide, hydropower accounts for 15 percent of energy production. Though cost-efficient, reliable, and versatile, hydropower is not without its share of controversy, as many large-scale projects […]

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Egypt on Solar Energy World Map

Egypt receives annually 2,400 hrs of solar operation with high intensity of solar radiation equivalent to 2,600 KWh/m2.   Egyptian electricity consumption statistics show that Cairo is among the world’s most lively and brightly lit cities, with extremely high levels of energy consumed for lighting up households and streets. The required levels of energy often […]

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