Blog Posts - Renewables



55 – When Saudi Arabia abandons oil. Now what?

Saudi Arabia has embarked on the impossible and intends to wean itself off its addiction to oil. What effect could this have on global LNG markets?   Duration: 9m 55s         The post 55 – When Saudi Arabia abandons oil...
by Fuel Up! on Jul 26, 2016

When Saudi Arabia Abandons Oil. Now what?

Saudi Arabia has embarked on the impossible and intends to wean itself off its addiction to oil. What effect could this have on global LNG markets? Read on.   We’re not out of stones yet     Western business people would see noth...
by Fuel Up! on May 15, 2016

Is the LNG market oversupplied?

There’s been a recent spate of analyst reports pointing disapproving fingers at the global LNG sector with stern warnings about impending oversupply, falling demand, lackluster pricing, looming fresh competition. Really? Did such a promising se...
by Fuel Up! on Oct 18, 2015

The Green Party's 10 measures on flood resilience & tackling causes

The Green Party – Ten measures to improve the UK’s flood resilience, and to address the underlying causes of flooding Reverse staff cuts at the Environment Agency (EA), increase its budget, and drop plans to impose a duty on it to consi...
by wembleymatters on Feb 14, 2014

Greenies can be pro-nuclear

Published today on The Conversation by Ben Heard & me. – The IPCC fifth climate change report lays out a carbon budget that we must follow if we’re to keep the world under a temperature rise of 2C over pre-industrial levels – the wi...
by Conservation Bytes on Oct 7, 2013

FPL’s Energy “Independence” Advertising Campaign

Earlier this month FPL took down the Port Everglades power plant to make way for a new natural gas powered plant. In conjunction with the demolition they embarked on an aggressive advertising campaign to tout their energy independence. I’m conf...
by Solar Southwest Florida on Jul 31, 2013

China retakes renewables investment lead

Global total suffers sharpest fall in eight years amid regulatory uncertainty and policy changes in big markets such as the US, Spain, Italy and India Financial Times – US homepage China retakes renewables investment lead is a post from: The Fo...
by Forex Trading System Blog on Jan 14, 2013

Coconut Investment in Brazil – $60K for 2 Hectares – 36% ROI Per Year

This is a hands-off investment which gives you the opportunity to own plots of land in Brazil that are being used to harvest coconuts for biofuel/ethanol production and other end uses. The estimated profit will depend on the amount invested.  An in...

Coconut Investment in Brazil – $60K for 2 Hectares – 36% ROI Per Year

This is a hands-off investment which gives you the opportunity to own plots of land in Brazil that are being used to harvest coconuts for biofuel/ethanol production and other end uses. The estimated profit after management fees is $25k per year. Inve...

Mass Renewables Installing Rooftop Solar Panels

Related posts: Installing Sharp 185 Watt Solar Panels to a Semi Detached House in Dronfield, near Sheffield The Solar Panels have been fitted and are now already... Off-Grid Solar Installing – Day in the Life This takes you through a day in the...
by Portable Solar Panels on Dec 11, 2012

EU Renewable Targets: Who are set to reach them?

The Guardian newspaper recently covered a news story regarding EU renewables targets and how each country is performing.  We have decided to visualise this data to show which countries are performing the best as well as where the EU stands against t...
by The Green Forums on Dec 3, 2012

New “Green Bank” Opened

Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced that a UK Green Investment Bank has been launched in Edinburgh.  The bank will have a purse of £3bn which will be used to invest in ‘green areas’ such as renewable energies, carbon capture and energ...
by The Green Forums on Nov 28, 2012

Renewable Scottish Electric Target for 2020

Whilst the rest of the UK are setting up their future energy policies in Scotland there are ambitions to have the country meeting a renewables target of 100 per cent.  MSP’s have since warned that if immediate action isn’t adhered to such as the...
by New Energy Watcher on Nov 27, 2012

RT @bethsawin: Wind and solar installations in Northeast largely undamaged by #Sandy. http://t.co/vGEPeAh2 Thumbs up for renewables!

RT @bethsawin: Wind and solar installations in Northeast largely undamaged by #Sandy. http://t.co/vGEPeAh2 Thumbs up for renewables! – by BCleanClimate (Boulder CleanClimate)...
by Technology Info For You on Nov 1, 2012

Obama, Romney differ on energy, environment

President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney differ widely on their policies on energy and the environment.
by Law & Industry Daily on Sep 9, 2012

Obama, Romney differ on energy, environment

President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney differ widely on their policies on energy and the environment.The post Obama, Romney differ on energy, environment appeared first on Law & Industry Daily.
by Law & Industry Daily on Sep 9, 2012

Obama, Romney differ on energy, environment

President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney differ widely on their policies on energy and the environment.
by Law & Industry Daily on Sep 9, 2012

What are the Opportunities for Investing in Renewable Energy Sources?

Modern property investments go far beyond simply looking at the land and the bricks and mortar which is to be built on top of the land. With many individual homes, and by extension entire communities, now being built to meet energy emission goals and...

Green energy: could geothermal be the next big thing?

A recent report into geothermal power says that a fifth of the UK’s electricity could be produced by this means if it was fully taken up as part of the country’s mix of energy sources. But – as can often be the way – subsidies...
by The Green Forums on May 29, 2012

Renewable energy island…

Perhaps one day, when we hear the phrase ‘renewable energy island’ it will refer to the UK mainland. For the time being, though, it refers instead to the Danish island of Samsø, which has a small population of 4300 people but a big repu...
by New Energy Watcher on Apr 17, 2012


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