Marine Renewables Are Promising

Despite being largely ignored for many years, forms of renewable energy involving the sea are starting to show promise after recent technological and monetary advances. These so called “blue energy” sources are seeing a boom due to new equipment for power...

Why Renewable Energy is a better bet than Cryptocurrency

By all indications, it seems 2017 is the year for bitcoin. One of several cryptocurrencies, it has been making headlines for its huge gains in value, currently sitting at $8,000 per coin. While bitcoin is a tantalizing investment, renewable energy is a better option....

The Sustainable Living Vehicle

If your monthly housing expenses are eating more of your check than you’d like, or if you are able to work remotely and really want to see the world, it is truly possible to not only get away from it all but live away from it all. Covering Basic Needs Generating...

High Yield Renewable Energy Stocks

Who says it’s impossible to generate maximum profits by investing in high yield renewable energy stocks? It is very possible. You just need to look at the right places. The solar and wind power energy businesses are growing very fast although they need heavy initial...

Countries Leading Renewable Energy

The leaders in renewable energy today are the Nordic countries of Iceland, Sweden, and Denmark, and other European nations including Germany and Switzerland. Some of these countries have excellent geography or natural resources that make them ideal places for...

5 Best Websites to Follow For Renewable Energy News

Living in the age with seemingly infinite knowledge at our fingertips, learning about any topic can be extremely overwhelming. There are industry leaders, news organizations, first-time bloggers, and even pseudo-experts putting information onto the web. Especially in...

Impact of Wind Turbines

On February 17, 2017, Denmark met its need for electricity for one day relying totally on wind power. China continues to lead the world in wind energy production with plans to add 403 gigawatts over the next decade. They are followed by the United States, Germany, and...

Energy Innovations for Developing Countries

The International Solar Energy Society (ISES) estimates that there are two billion people on Earth without access to electricity. These people live in developing countries, which are areas with the greatest potential for energy growth. In fact, the ISES estimates that...

Solar Windows Are Next Up In the Renewable Revoltuion

With climate change showing negative effects around the world, it is more important than ever to use renewable energy when possible to save the world’s resources and fight global warming. The need for clean, renewable energy has spurred research for harnessing...

Energy Innovations that are Assisting Developing Nations

When it comes to reducing energy consumption and pollution, many people think that developing nations are being left behind. However, developing countries are getting a some much needed assistance thanks to new technology. One such innovation, Pollinate Energy, is...