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Renewable energy using rocks? Scientists figure out how to successfully split hydrogen gas from water

12/18/2013 - French scientists have stumbled upon an amazing new way to generate usable hydrogen gas from water (H20) that requires no oil, gas or other fossil fuels. According to BBC News, the Earth-friendly technique involves using the mineral olivine to naturally split hydrogen atoms from H2O, a process that...

German village generates 321 percent more renewable energy than it needs, earns millions selling it back to national power grid

12/19/2011 - Developing a renewable energy system that creates energy independence and even a considerable new source of revenue is not some sort of sci-fi pipe dream. BioCycle reports that the German village of Wildpoldsried, population 2,600, has had such incredible success in building its renewable energy system....

Why U.S. lawmakers oppose renewable energy grants

5/15/2010 - With the economy in shambles throughout the past year or two, lawmakers have been scrambling to find ways to spur growth and increase American jobs. However many are opposing stimulus efforts that create jobs overseas, including renewable energy grants that end up creating manufacturing jobs in China...

New national power hub to connect renewable energy sources

11/25/2009 - (Natural News) A newly formed energy group called the Tres Amigas Project has put forth a proposal to interconnect three regional areas of natural energy sources, covering wind, solar, hydro, and geothermal generated electrical energies. The project may cost 1 billion dollars and take five years to...

Top Seven Ways Renewable Energy Systems can Power and Heat Your Home

2/17/2009 - The use of alternative, renewable energy is becoming increasingly important given rising energy costs and need to slow the effects of climate change on our earth. These solutions may seem far off from everyday use by homeowners but the truth is that they are in our reach now. There are many options...

Google Pours Massive Investment into Renewable Energy Research

5/17/2008 - Google Inc. has announced plans to invest millions of dollars in order to move into the renewable energy business. "If we achieve these goals, we are going to be in the [electricity] business in a very big way," said Google co-founder Larry Page. "We should be able to make a lot of money from this." Google's...

San Francisco to explore renewable energy from tidal power

9/27/2007 - The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), the Golden Gate Energy Company and the City and County of San Francisco have signed an agreement to conduct a comprehensive study into the feasibility of tide-generated power in the San Francisco Bay. The study has already begun, with the initial phases...

House bill would require electric companies to gradually shift toward clean, renewable energy sources

9/11/2007 - A bill introduced into the House of Representatives this year would require utility companies to generate 20 percent of their electricity from renewable sources -- such as biofuel, geothermal, solar and wind -- by the year 2020, according to a press release by the Union of Concerned Scientists. What...

After peak oil: Will America survive?

7/21/2007 - As public awareness about peak oil continues to grow, and even the big oil companies like Exxon Mobil Corp. are now starting to admit that the future supply of oil looks troublesome (see this Boston Globe article), there's an increasing focus on renewable energy solutions. But most members of the public...

Clean energy legislation would require U.S. to shift to 20 percent renewable energy by 2020

6/3/2007 - The Union of Concerned Scientists has praised the introduction of a House bill that will move the world toward energy independence. With efforts to lessen the nation's reliance on foreign oil, energy bills could soon be voted down in favor of alternative forms of electricity. Jump directly to: conventional...

Solar industry to soar in 2007 as consumers, cities seek renewable energy solutions

1/5/2007 - Cost and efficiency issues have plagued solar technology's standing as a front-runner in the race for clean, renewable energy resources for years, and shortages of silicon have not helped matters. But recent jumps in fossil-fuel costs and improved solar technology have caused a recent surge in the industry's...

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