Saturday, February 24, 2018
Sustainable Energy

Sustainable Energy

Mekong Nations Eye Hydropower To Drive Energy And Economic Plans

Hydropower is the colossus of the renewable energy world – the single largest clean energy source available today accounting for more than 16% of total global electricity generation...

Size Matters: The Next Big Thing In Wind Turbines

In the race to supply the world with carbon-free renewable energy, there have been encouraging signs in wind power, with costs there falling by...

Tiny Bubbles, Big Impact: How A Hydro Power Plant Could Help...

From its banks, North Carolina’s Tuckertown Lake appears to be the perfect suburban oasis. Just a short drive from Charlotte, it’s listed as one...

Why North America’s Largest Independent Renewable Energy Provider Is Betting On...

If one of the world’s largest independent developers of renewable energy, now a venture investor, is bullish on a new technology, industry watchers listen....

Dam Powerful: These Engineers Are Connecting Hydropower To The Internet

There are many large waterways in North America. Then there’s the Saint Lawrence River, whose lumbering current links the Great Lakes to the Atlantic...

Crushing Pollution: This Technology And Software Will Make A Huge Coal...

Locals call Ramagundam the city of energy. The largest power plant in South India standing nearby along the banks of the Godavari River, for...

Charged Up: GE Shows Investors Its Energy Playbook

The acquisition of Alstom’s energy assets delivered $1.5 billion in synergies in 2016, $300 million above GE’s original five-year target for Alstom synergies, GE’s...

Unstoppable: Why The Next Decade Belongs To Renewable Energy

If last year is any indication, the next decade belongs to renewable energy. Debora Frodl, Global Executive Director at GE Ecomagination, and Yves Rannou, President...

Transformation: Change in the Energy Ecosystem (Part 2)

The global energy ecosystem is changing. That is an ecosystem where collectively the world spends over US$6 trillion annually. That amounts to roughly 6%...