Alternative Energy News

01/25/2017 02:03 AM
Family-sized Solar Car to Race in World Solar Challenge
04/13/2015 06:35 AM
The Spherical Sun Power Generator
04/09/2015 02:55 AM
Hydrogen-Powered Tram Developed in China
04/02/2015 03:05 AM
The WaterNest: An Eco-Friendly Floating House
04/01/2015 03:35 AM
Floating Solar Panels: A Viable Solution?
03/31/2015 02:10 AM
France Passes Green Rooftop Law
03/30/2015 02:11 AM
Apple Electric Car: Concept Photos
03/27/2015 02:33 AM
The Bigfoot Electric Monster Truck

Renewable Energy Headlines

04/02/2015 03:05 AM
The WaterNest: An Eco-Friendly Floating House
03/31/2015 02:10 AM
France Passes Green Rooftop Law
03/11/2015 02:24 AM
How Recycled CO2 is Changing the Manufacturing Landscape
03/02/2015 03:32 AM
Google Biodome: New Headquarters to Blend with Environment
02/22/2015 07:23 PM
The Benefits of Solar Power (Infographic)
04/29/2011 04:37 PM
Oriental Hornet: Expert Solar Power Harvester
04/27/2011 06:35 PM
Brooklyn Bridge Park: Greenest Destination in New York City
04/25/2011 07:20 PM
Pepsi’s New Green PET Bottle

Biofuel news

04/06/2011 02:37 AM
Common Algae for Biofuel Butanol Production
03/28/2011 02:01 AM
The New Role of Microbes in Bio-Fuel Production
11/30/2010 02:13 AM
Forecasting Wind Data with Cell Phone Towers
07/20/2010 02:35 PM
Fuel Additive Production Takes the Green Route
07/12/2010 02:02 AM
Scientists Revisit Power from Potatoes
06/21/2010 02:09 AM
Synthetic Fuel from CO2 and Solar Energy?
06/01/2010 05:42 PM
Giant Inflatable Airship Powered by Algae
05/10/2010 03:46 AM
Two Wind Farms get Investment from Google
05/06/2010 02:00 AM
Affordable Solar Power with Purple Pokeberries?
05/03/2010 02:50 AM
Engineers Tap Algae Cells for Electricity

Hydrogen Fuel Cell News

04/09/2015 02:55 AM
Hydrogen-Powered Tram Developed in China
03/26/2015 02:18 AM
Top 10 Green Cars – 2015 Vancouver Auto Show
04/18/2011 02:34 AM
Hydrogen Generation & Storage Made Easy with Nano-Technology
03/14/2011 02:10 AM
Ramanathan’s Work on Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells
09/21/2010 02:06 AM
Hydrogen-Powered Personal Helicopter
06/29/2010 02:17 PM
New Process to Boost Hydrogen Fuel Cell Usage
05/05/2010 01:59 AM
New Platinum Could Mean Cheaper, More Efficient Fuel Cells
05/04/2010 02:07 AM
Hydrogen Gas Production Doubled with New Super Bacterium

Solar Energy News

01/25/2017 02:03 AM
Family-sized Solar Car to Race in World Solar Challenge
04/13/2015 06:35 AM
The Spherical Sun Power Generator
04/02/2015 03:05 AM
The WaterNest: An Eco-Friendly Floating House
04/01/2015 03:35 AM
Floating Solar Panels: A Viable Solution?

Wind Power News

03/23/2015 02:08 AM
Tree Shaped Wind Turbines to be Installed in Paris
03/16/2015 02:27 AM
The Eiffel Tower Installs Two Wind Turbines
03/15/2015 02:24 AM
Possible Dual Rotor Technology for Wind Turbines
03/08/2015 03:40 AM
Meet the Makani Energy Kite
03/05/2015 03:29 AM
The Lateral Axis Wind Turbine
04/24/2011 06:34 PM
Flying Wind Farms: Future Power Harvesters
04/04/2011 02:20 AM
The Empire State Building: Brighter & Greener
03/16/2011 02:00 AM
Increasing the Efficiency of Wind Turbine Blades

Google News: Algae Fuel

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Blogs: Algae Fuel

04/17/2012 11:05 PM
Algae-based Biofuel: Pros And Cons
04/17/2012 10:58 PM
NASA one step closer to turning algae into fuel
04/17/2012 10:54 PM
Algaedyne plants a future for renewable fuels
04/17/2012 10:49 PM
Sapphire Energy Gets $144 Million To Turn Algae Into Gasoline
04/17/2012 10:43 PM
New method grows algae sustainably
03/19/2012 08:46 PM
W2 Energy Initiates Plans to Develop Two Acres of Recently Purchased Property for its Algae Bio Reactor
03/19/2012 08:40 PM
World Biofuels Markets Opens with Debates on Aviation, Food Versus Fuel, Algae, Waste-to-Fuel, Emerging Markets and more
03/19/2012 08:35 PM
Future in Review Names Heliae a FiRe X FiReStarter

wattsupwiththat.com

09/19/2017 04:00 PM
‘Confusion and resistance’ slows down UK smart meter rollout
Public Release: 18-Sep-2017 From Eurekalert University of Sussex IMAGE: Smart meter campaign poster in London Underground. view more Credit: Image by Benjamin Sovacool Lack of consumer engagement, insufficient information, and inadequate attention to vulnerability has slowed down the UK rollout of energy smart meters, according to a new study by researchers at the University of…
09/19/2017 02:00 PM
Giant ‘space hurricanes’ may affect satellites
Solar wind impacts on giant ‘space hurricanes’ may affect satellite safety From EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY Could the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in Costa Rica set off a hurricane in California? The question has been scrutinized by chaos theorists, stock-market analysts and weather forecasters for decades. For most people, this hypothetical scenario may be difficult…
09/19/2017 12:39 PM
New book: ‘Why Hurricanes Can’t Be Blamed On Global Warming ‘
By Dr. Roy Spencer. Partly in response to the crazy claims of the usual global warming experts (Stevie Wonder, Beyoncé, Jennifer Lawrence, Mark Ruffalo, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Pope Francis), I decided to write another Kindle e-book. This one is entitled, Inevitable Disaster: Why Hurricanes Can’t Be Blamed On Global Warming.  …
09/19/2017 11:12 AM
Climate scientists admit they were wrong on climate change effects
WE WERE WRONG, CLIMATE SCIENTISTS CONCEDE Ben Webster, The Times Catastrophic impacts of climate change can still be avoided, according to scientists who have admitted they were too pessimistic about the chances of limiting global warming. The world has warmed more slowly than had been predicted by computer models, which were “on the hot side”…
09/19/2017 10:00 AM
Could we store carbon dioxide as liquid lakes under the sea?
From New Scientist Sumatra: the Sunda trench lies close by far beneath the ocean Planet Observer/Getty By Michael Marshall Here is a radical solution to dangerous climate change: create lakes of liquid carbon dioxide on the seabed, and keep the greenhouse gas out of the air. As well as cutting our emissions of carbon dioxide,…
09/19/2017 09:17 AM
“Hurricane Maria is following Irma’s path”… Maria coverage picks up where Irma coverage left off.
Guest post by David Middleton Hurricane Maria is a really bad storm.  This criticism of the media’s coverage of it is in no way meant to dismiss, disregard or devalue the harm that this storm will bring to many people. With Irma we had variations of the following headlines: Most Powerful Hurricane Ever Most Powerful…
09/19/2017 07:00 AM
Climate change not as threatening to planet as previously thought, new research suggests
By Henry Bodkin 18 September 2017 • 7:15pm From The Telegraph Climate change poses less of an immediate threat to the planet than previously thought because scientists got their modelling wrong, a new study has found. New research by British scientists reveals the world is being polluted and warming up less quickly than 10-year-old forecasts…
09/19/2017 06:59 AM
“Climate change not as threatening to planet as previously thought, new research suggests”
Guest post by David Middleton Eureka!  Gorebal Warming is now not worse than previously thought… By Henry Bodkin 18 SEPTEMBER 2017 • 7:15PM Climate change poses less of an immediate threat to the planet than previously thought because scientists got their modelling wrong, a new study has found. New research by British scientists reveals the…

biofuelreview.com

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Google News: Wind Power

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biofuelguide.net

02/16/2008 11:42 PM
Biofuel: A Short Review
Ethanol, as in beer and wine, is an alcohol modified to utilize it as a fuel and making it undrinkable. Ethanol is produced by fermentation through a method similar to beer brewing of any biomass containing carbohydrates. At the present time, ethanol is derived from starches and sugars however there have been constant research to [...]
01/21/2008 11:32 AM
Biofuel and Its New Developments
Among the most promising replacement for nonrenewable fossil fuel (petroleum, coal, etc) are fuels made from organic materials, the so-called “biofuels”. The two widely used biofuels are ethanol and biodiesel. Each has its own pros and cons. However, the present technologies result in limitation of production for the reason that not all parts of a [...]
12/15/2007 06:24 AM
The Pros and Cons of Biofuels
There have been studies that prove the many benefits of substituting fossil fuels (petroleum, etc) with biofuels such as biodiesel and ethanol. In its simplest sense, such biofuels are biodegradable which means they are derived from organic materials. They are naturally renewable. It can create numerous jobs since our own farmers can practically make them [...]
11/19/2007 10:21 AM
Ethanol and Biodiesel: A Biofuel Comparison
The two most widely used types of biofuels are ethanol and biodiesel. Just a brief review, ethanol is an alcohol fuel derived from sugarcane, wheat, corn and biomass, thus including wasted cooking oil. It can be blended with conventional petroleum diesel to improve its octane level resulting in reduced greenhouse gas emissions. On the other [...]
10/06/2007 07:43 AM
Uncovering a Biofuel: Ethanol
Ethanol is alcohol fuel derived from sugars found in crops such as rice, potato skins and sugarcane and it is commonly made from corn, sorghum and wheat. Corn is commonly the base material in the United States due to its affordability and availability. But in Brazil, sugarcane is widely used. Since it is produced from [...]
09/14/2007 08:33 AM
Biodiesel: In Depth
A type of biofuel that is now frequently used is biodiesel. Considered to be biodegradable and nontoxic, biodiesel is primarily produced from a chemical reaction of alcohol (commonly methanol) and a wide range of fats which include vegetable or animal oils and plant extracts such as corn, soybean, canola, and sunflowers. This reaction gets rid [...]
08/28/2007 02:23 PM
Why Choose Biodiesel?
How It Works To generate biodiesel, the raw oil is subjected to a process called “transesterification.” This refining method uses of an industrial alcohol (ethanol or methanol) and a catalyst (substance that speeds up the chemical reaction) resulting to a conversion of the oil into a fatty-acid methyl-ester fuel (biodiesel). It can be utilized in [...]
07/22/2007 04:40 PM
Precautionary Measures in Using Biodiesel in Your Engines
One of the main biofuels which is biodiesel is now widely used in the United States, Canada, Thailand, and many countries in Europe. Since it turns out to be increasingly common and generally used by the public as they become more knowledgeable of the positive effects, it is advisable to consult the manufacturer’s recommendations and [...]

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