The Philippines & France Sign A Declaration Of Intent Tapping Biomass For Energy Production

The recent signing of a Declaration of Intent between the Philippines and France relating to a Study for Energy Production from Biomass is a step forward tapping domestic resources for renewable energy which the country is in abundance of.

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Rice Husks As Fuel In Generating Electricity, A Good Alternative To Petrol

With petrol prices go upward to an unprecedented level, petrol driven generating thermoelectric plant is a lucrative proposition that power cost is expensive and would not be affordable to consumers.

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Rice Straw, To Be Utilized As Raw Material For Power Generation

Rice is the chief staple crop of the Philippines and annually the country harvests an average of 15.2 million metric tons of rice, leaving 11.3 million tons of rice straw to spare for productive use.

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Vehicle Gadget Firms Showcase Portable Chargers To Cope Up Woes On Electric Car Charging Stations

Some people using electric car seem not worried about running of power because of reliability and availability of recharging stations at work within their vicinity.

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Utilizing Zebra Microbes Capable Of Breaking Down Cellulose & Converting It To Biofuel

David Mullin, a Tulane microbiologist is collecting manure from giraffes and other exotic ruminants at Audubon Zoo, a few blocks from his laboratory.

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After Fukushima, Japan Obliges To Adopt Power Austere Measures

The Tokyo Electric Power Company, or Tepco, the operator of Fukushima plant, issues a forecast in the evening for the next day, then refines the forecast the following morning.

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As Russia’s Onshore Oil Reserves Dwindling, Arctic Exploration Is Their Other Option

The Arctic holds one fifth of the world’s undiscovered, recoverable oil and natural gas, the United States Geological Survey estimates.

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Law To Standardize Energy Efficiency For Light Bulbs, Some Lawmakers Want It Repealed

With a January deadline looming on a US law mandating energy efficiency standards for light bulbs, more than a dozen Republican lawmakers are backing efforts to repeal the 2007 law.

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Majority Of Japanese Respondents In A Poll In Favor Of Gradual Nuclear Phaseout

In a newspaper poll conducted regarding the gradual phase out of nuclear energy in Japan, an overwhelming 74 percent of Japanese respondents were in favor of the move in the wake of Fukushima nuclear plant disaster while 14 percent were against of gradual reduction.

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