Archive for New Energy Economy
22nd Jul 14. 0 Comments
Germany’s is the first national GCF commitment, with Chancellor Merkel pledging the funds during the fifth Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin last week. Some 35 national ministers met in Berlin for the two-day conference, paving the way forward toward a new global climate treaty.
15th Jul 14. 0 Comments
Instituting another measure to reduce carbon emissions and toxic air quality, China’s national government is requiring that at least 30%, of new cars purchased by local government bodies, public institutions and publicly funded organizations’ between 2014-2016 be EVs or “new energy” vehicles.
30th Jun 14. 0 Comments
EarthTalk® is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: How does the Rocky Mountain Institute think we can get off of oil and coal by 2050 and save money in the process? - James Greenville, Redding, CTColorado-based sustainability think-tank Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) was founded [Continue Reading...]
Renewable Energy Provides 88 Percent of All New Generation for May, But Fossil Fuel Use, CO2 on the Rise
27th Jun 14. 0 Comments
Strong growth of renewables continues apace Several key findings from the recently released Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Office of Energy Projects Energy Infrastructure Update report and the Energy information’s Electric Power Monthly offer some insight in the changing landscape of energy development and production in the United States. First the good news: The Energy Infrastructure Update from FERC show that wind, [Continue Reading...]
23rd Jun 14. 0 Comments
Economic growth is often a result of small businesses pushing the adoption of technological advancement coupled with the drive for efficient operations. Small businesses in America are the powerhouses that drive the economy. In fact, according to the Small Business Administration, they make up over 99 percent of all employer firms and account for 64 [Continue Reading...]
19th Jun 14. 1 Comment
Led by home solar energy, there is a revolution in on-site renewable electricity generation underway in the U.S. The process of generating electricity from small energy sources is called by a number of names, including distributed generation, dispersed generation, embedded generation, decentralized generation, decentralized energy, distributed energy or district energy. These energy systems commonly employ small-scale power [Continue Reading...]
10th Jun 14. 0 Comments
Proclaiming 2014-2024 the “International Decade of Sustainable Energy for All,” over 700 representatives gathered in NY for the inaugural SE4ALL Forum. Over the course of the three-day forum, SE4ALL members reported on progress and developments.