Daily Archives: August 9, 2017

AGL cashes in on coal splurge, renewable investment drought

By Giles Parkinson AGL’s multi-billion investment in coal generators, and the recent investment drought in new wind and solar plants, have delivered windfall gains to the country’s biggest generator. It also increased its margins from consumers, despite its offer of discounts. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Atlantic Renewable Energies invests in Brazil’s sustainable development

By Michelle Froese With wind projects in four different Brazilian states (Bahia, Piaui, Rio Grande do Norte and Rio Grande do Sul), Atlantic Renewable Energies stands out among companies in the wind-power sector as an enterprise whose foundations are inseparable from the business strategy comprising its sustainable core: environmental concern, corporate governance, health, and safety….

Able minded/bodied wymn

By blue Wymn come forth. Have acreage owned outright 100% off grid. Private and secluded but not isolated. Ready for the work of wild rustic but beautiful buildings. . ponds gardens and orchards as well as rocket stove hot tubs/ saunas and food smokers. One will develop and relie on solar power rain catchment, wood…

Ergodyne’s intros advanced hi-vis GloWear gear

By Michelle Froese Staying visible on the job isn’t an option for some workers – it’s a year-round requirement. Ergodyne believes staying warm and dry should be no different. That’s why it has introduced two new hi-vis thermal jackets and another color of its most popular model to its GloWear Foul Weather Gear Series. “Work…

Alphabet’s Green Energy Ambitions Hit Turbulence

On May 16, Makani released a YouTube video. A camera pans on a T-shaped airplane, with wings stretching 85 feet holding eight small turbines and a tether connecting it to a tall ground station. The plane swoops into the air. It dips and soars, looping elegantly in circles that mimic a windmill, something it was…

New battery is activated by your spit

Researchers have developed the next step in microbial fuel cells: a battery activated by spit that can be used in extreme conditions where normal batteries don’t function. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

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