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.
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.
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.
People have two types of fat, white fat which stores energy and accumulates from not exercising enough, and brown fat which burns it, which is highly efficient at dissipating stored energy as heat.
Using coconut biofuel and solar panels, Tokelaua territory of New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean which consists of three islands of Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofu, half way between New Zealand and Hawaii, plans to become self-sufficient in energy this year.
Scientists at the State University of New York at Albany studied satellite data of the areas around the wind farms, in Texas, from 2003 to 2011.
A prize-winning light bulb, known as led bulb that lasts for 20 years is going on sale in the US starting on Earth Day.
Australia is changing its immigration policy to attract more skilled workers from the U.S. to fill posts in its booming mining and gas industries.
The world’s expanding cities are currently on track to occupy an extra area of 1.5 million square kilometers by 2030, equivalent to France, Germany and Spain combined.
Wind power run turbines only produce green energy around 30 per cent of the time.