The problem with renewables is how to store the energy for use when there’s no wind or sun. The flywheel has been around since Neolithic times–think potters wheels–and has many applications in industry. But the huge demand for storage to… Read More ›
Month: April 2015
HyperSolar, Inc. (HYSR: OTC/QB) in California claims it has found solutions for the cost issues that have stymied fuel developers trying create green hydrogen. HyperSolar describes its system as a “solar hydrogen generator” that integrates the electrolysis function directly into… Read More ›
It’s interesting to see how widespread available funds for renewables are.
Floating solar power generating systems typically generate more electricity than ground-mount and rooftop systems due to the cooling effect of the water. They also reduce reservoir water evaporation and algae growth by shading the water. Kyocera and Century Tokyo announced… Read More ›
According to an analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) China has been installing more renewable-power capacity than fossil fuels for several years, a gap that’s growing. In 2015, China will install 15 gigawatts to 18 gw of solar power… Read More ›
“The last months of 2014 have seen the crossing of a momentous milestone in the world of energy, with consequences of historic proportions: large-scale tenders in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, North and South America have brought the indisputable evidence… Read More ›
Over the past 15 years, a number of predictions – by the International Energy Agency, the US Energy Information Administration, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Exon Mobil, Global Energy Assessment Scenario Database, and many others –have been made about the future… Read More ›