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.
Deqingyuan farm is a massive poultry farm outside Beijing and is home to three million chickens.
U.S. scientists have developed a way to generate electricity using viruses.
The wind turbine can generate both electricity and water with nothing else required except humid air.
With the advent of cheap solar panels and high efficiency LED lights which can light a room with just 4 watts of power, these small solar systems deliver useful electricity at a price that even the poor can afford.
Farm wastes and biomass are significant sources of alternative energy in the Philippines. Based on a United Nations Development Programme and World Bank estimate, the country can sustain an annual biomass yield of 105 million tons of wood equivalent to 270 million barrels of oil fuel.
The common trend that has been going on is that companies build their large computing centers, referred as server farms in large urban areas or its outskirts.