Practiced Energy Solutions for Global Demand

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Solutions by NOOR is the second part of our climate change project. We focused on human stories about alternative power sources, renewable energies, and attempts to alleviate, adjust or cope with the rise of global temperatures. [NOOR in this installation showcases the brilliant solutions being practiced globally to fuel energy demand.]

A Report on Clean Energy Investment for 2010: China Ranked #1

In less than a decade, clean energy has grown from a small, niche industry to a significant source of trade, investment, manufacturing and job creation. “The clean energy sector is emerging as one of the most dynamic and competitive in the world, witnessing 630 percent growth in finance and investments since 2004,” said Phyllis Cuttino, director, Pew Clean Energy Program. “In 2010, worldwide finance and investment grew 30 percent to a record $243 billion.”

Will U.S. Power Grid Withstand Renewable Energy?

A team of experts reporting to the chief U.S. regulator of the grid recently found that the power system could handle anticipated increases in wind power through 2012. But beyond that is an open question. “Careful study, planning, and deliberate actions will be required by each interconnection to ensure the continued reliability of the U.S. electric power system,” the experts concluded in their report to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC.

FirstEnergy Looks to Biomass Energy in Forests, Leaving Coal Behind

Ohio Consumer and Environmental Advocates (OCEA) seeks dismissal of FirstEnergy’s biomass proposal COLUMBUS, OH – FirstEnergy Corp. has failed to prove it meets the requirements to certify the R.E. Burger power plant as a renewable energy facility, the Ohio […]