A building using ground source heating and cooling is a first for chilly Finland. While geothermal energy is not a new idea, employing the infrastructure from the ground up is.
27 March, 2014
Dr Daniel Davies, Solarcentury’s director for East Africa, discusses the pros (and challenges) of hybrid PV systems — those plants that use the sun to reduce electricity costs for diesel generator applications.
25 March, 2014
Major cities are embracing renewable energy sources. But there's still plenty of room for improvement. Chris Davidson of GI Energy identifies a few trailblazers.
24 March, 2014
Direct replacements for conventional fuels can be delivered utilising existing infrastructure without incurring additional logistics expenditure.
20 March, 2014
More than ever before, the feedstock supply chain is subject to the volatility of a global market place and unpredictable environment. As such, mitigating the risks surrounding unreliable finance, poor weather, complex logistics and crop failure is crucial to securing the funding to keep bioenergy alive.
17 March, 2014
Andrew Mourant, contributing writer for Renewable Energy Focus magazine, continues his "mini-series" on LFG site management and engineering.
11 March, 2014
Fuel cell technology has been used to provide a reliable source of off-grid power for remote camera units that recorded wildlife footage in Scotland for a recent BBC natural history TV series.
10 March, 2014