Tag: solar power
In Australia, as in other developed and developing nations, we are stuck in the past with old technology for energy generation that is polluting and suffocating the life of our planet. Governments have the means – but not the will – to advance sustainable energy technologies. Global investments in Solar, Wind and Geo-thermal energy need [...]
Posted: November 11th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Technologies.
Tags: alternative energy, Coal Fired Power Stations, energy production, geo-thermal, renewable energy, solar power, subsidies, sustainable energy, wind power
Oil and gas are essential to our global economic wellbeing. But are Solar energy, wind power and the other alternatives ready to lessen the burden oil and gas are currently shouldering. Lets take an unbiased look at each of the most likely alternate energy sources, focusing on both the advantages and disadvantages of each. As [...]
The International Herald Tribune, October 1, 2009 Thursday – Here is an inconvenient truth about renewable energy: It can sometimes demand a huge amount of water. In a rural corner of Nevada reeling from the recession, a bit of salvation seemed to have arrived last year. A German developer, Solar Millennium, announced plans to build [...]