Stream

Join this community to post or comment

PV Buzz

Discussion about the community  - 
1
P Grimm's profile photo
P Grimm
 
I have an electric battery mower for grass . ; had it for 4 years. No gasoline. But not common.  want electric car. 
Add a comment...

Aquatic Subsea

Discussion about the community  - 
 
UK’s Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) bodies are working together Tues-Thurs at the Sustainability Live conference to improve innovative energy and sustainability management in the UK!

#renewableenergy  
1
Add a comment...

Virtus Equipment

Discussion about the community  - 
2
1
Jacob Hnamte's profile photo
Add a comment...

Guy Butterworth

Discussion about the community  - 
 
following on from the UK announcement  a few weeks ago re falling carbon output , a similar story from the US ... may we are finally on the way ... to a safe clean , pollution free planet :)
5
Tom Barron's profile photoCarolyn Luce's profile photo
3 comments
 
China reduced their emissions by 2 percent last year. There goes that excuse.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-13/china-s-carbon-emissions-drop-for-the-first-time-since-2001
Add a comment...

Jeff Siegel

Discussion about the community  - 
Solar's going the way of the Internet, rifle, and computer - right into your home, and onto the battlefield.
13
1
Bill Juhasz's profile photogalen stone's profile photo
 
The US military is the largest user of fossil fuels in the world.  They have been very concerned about their dependence on fossil fuels for decades because they don't have an alternative fuel for their planes, tanks, trucks and ships.  The big unsolved problem is how to get a renewable energy source that will run the extremely high energy density equipment used by a modern military.  synthetic fuels will probably be the solution through the 21st station.
Add a comment...

Richard Restuccia

Discussion about the community  - 
 
People are waking up to the fact the California drought impacts the nation. This article explains how and what you can do about it.
10
1
Carolyn Luce's profile photoJohn Coppola's profile photogalen stone's profile photo
4 comments
 
these oranges had no orange liquid in them. only white pulp and dry. literally. we going to take them back.
Add a comment...

Linn Smith

Discussion about the community  - 
 
"Bioplastics are derived from renewable biomass sources that are living, or recently living organisms--mostly plant sources." By Linn Smith April 1, 2015----There is a great need on our planet to d...
9
3
Miguel Alejandro Gamboa's profile photomahesh sharma's profile photo
Add a comment...

Janet Biggs

Discussion about the community  - 
Proved reserves of oil & condensates (including Pre-Salt) in 2014: 13.13 billion barrels (SEC), 16.61 billion barrels (SPE/WPC). , Ethonal Substituted - free slide submission, upload slide - Energy, weSRCH.
2
Add a comment...

Paul King

Discussion about the community  - 
 
Is there any electricity generation potential in chimneys & flues?

I wondered if anyone in this 'Renewable Energy' community had the technical knowledge to answer this query!

Can anyone explain whether (or not) the 'waste' gas from any heating system (from an open log, coal or peat fire in a domestic lounge, to a domestic biomass (wood such as this example, or wood pellet, or even more conventional oil & gas fueled boiler plant), which is expelled out in to the environment via a chimney or flue, contains sufficient kinetic energy to drive a turbine to generate some electricity?

I appreciate the technical functionality is a totally different question to the economics of actually creating such a turbine. That's not my question, I merely wondered if a small turbine could be installed into chimneys / flues that would theoretically be able to generate some electricity

Thank you
Domestic log gasification boiler. Case study 1 – Domestic log gasification boiler. Location: Foulden, Berwickshire. Property type: Detached 3 bed farm house, built approx. 1950's. Technology: Biomass. Fuel type: split logs. Boiler: HDG NAVORA 30kW. Previous fuel: Kerosene ...
5
2
Simon bishop's profile photolesliedale Hicks's profile photoPreston West's profile photoKarsten Uredat's profile photo
6 comments
 
the amount would be so small, that you would never recover the cost. however solar cells works well from the flames.
Add a comment...
 
*The SThe Scottish Government has launched a new loan scheme to help homes to improve energy efficiency. £103 million pounds will be invested into several schemes to help tackle the very worrying rise of fuel poverty.

This funding includes a new £14 million loans scheme offering homeowners interest-free loans of up to £10,000 to make their homes more energy efficient, this includes installing renewable energy sources such as Biomass and Solar.

We think this is a great idea, which should be rolled out to the rest of the UK. What do you think?

http://ees-renewables.co.uk/scottish-interest-free-loans-fight-fuel-poverty/

#Scotland   #FuelPoverty   #renewableenergy  
The Scottish Government has launched a new scheme aimed at helping bring Scottish homes out of Fuel Poverty. We can help you make the most of the opporunity
7
Add a comment...

Linn Smith

Discussion about the community  - 
 
The playgrounds are functioning in 16 rural schools, touching over 3000 students' lives in Ghana. By Linn Smith April 13, 2015---Since 2007, Empowered Playgrounds, Inc has installed 40 merry-go-rou...
7
Victoria B's profile photorobcas631's profile photo
2 comments
 
Great idea.
Add a comment...

Kamlesh Jolapara

Discussion about the community  - 
 
Get the latest news and discussion at
Futureentech.blogspot.com

1
Add a comment...

Guy Butterworth

Discussion about the community  - 
 
Most reports suggest a gradual increase in renewable energy. But don't believe the anti-hype.
17
2
Bill Juhasz's profile photoabhay puranik's profile photoSnow Andrews's profile photoDuncan Buddin's profile photo
7 comments
 
I have agreed with Mr. Bill
Add a comment...

Nagendra Singh

Discussion about the community  - 
 
 according to report"The Indian city of Agra, former capital of the Indian subcontinent and home of the Taj Mahal, is to become the country’s first solar city"to know more visit http://greatreply.blogspot.in
5
Add a comment...

Stainless Steel World

Discussion about the community  - 
 
How can we use stainless steel in the renewable energy sector?
Currently, renewable energy sources can roughly be divided into five varieties: biomass, solar, offshore wind, geothermal, and blue energy. All these sources of renewable energy and energy saving applications offer a stage for stainless steel to shine.
Renewable energy technologies are becoming more and more important, and stainless steel is a much seen metal in the new generation plants.
5
1
Neil Rothwell's profile photo
Add a comment...

Nagendra Singh

Discussion about the community  - 
 
can india become solar india to know more http://greatreply.blogspot.in
4
1
Nagendra Singh's profile photo
Add a comment...

Go Solar

Discussion about the community  - 
 
 
As the world notices the effects of #ClimateChange, going green is becoming increasingly important. Chicago and Cambridge, Mass. are among the top cities making pushes toward #sustainability.
Substantially sized cities are slowly implementing programs to decrease their carbon footprint. From solar energy to citywide programs, the green movement is slowly spreading across the country. Bi...
View original post
4
1
Matthew Ugwu's profile photo
Add a comment...

Granzow Photovoltaik

Discussion about the community  - 
 
Installation and Commissioning Video of the SMA Sunny Boy 1.5/2.5

#Granzow #Photovoltaik #SMA #SunnyBoy #Solar #Wechselrichter
9
1
Jørn Løfsnes's profile photo
Add a comment...