AORA Solar “tulips” to help Ethiopia become carbon neutral by 2025

September 16, 2015 by  
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Around the globe, more countries are looking to reduce their carbon emissions by bolstering renewable energy infrastructure, but they can’t do it alone. Nations with eco-friendly initiatives rely on energy and technology companies to help them meet their goals. In Ethiopia, a partnership with AORA Solar , developer of solar-biogas hybrid power technology, may help that country reach its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2025. AORA will join forces with three universities in Ethiopia to promote academic cooperation for the development and advancement of renewable energy technologies in the middle-income country. Read the rest of AORA Solar “tulips” to help Ethiopia become carbon neutral by 2025

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GE Announces $10B Investment in Clean Energy R&D, Including Eco-Friendlier Fracking?

February 25, 2014 by  
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Wind turbine image / Shutterstock The US-based conglomerate General Electric recently announced that it will spend an additional $10 billion researching and developing clean energy technologies over the next six years. As a major player in the solar and wind markets, GE’s decision to throw more money behind these technologies is happy news for green power advocates. The only drawback is that GE has included hydraulic fracturing in its stable of clean energy research projects. The company stated that its “new investment will support research in alternative technologies to replace water in hydraulic fracturing, known as ‘ fracking ,’ and improve wind turbine and power plant efficiencies.” Read the rest of GE Announces $10B Investment in Clean Energy R&D, Including Eco-Friendlier Fracking? Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: clean energy research , fracking water consumption , GE , GE clean energy , GE energy technology , GE invests in clean energy , general electric , hydraulic fracturing , natural , wind turbine design        

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President Obama’s Re-Election is a Victory for Clean Air and Clean Energy

November 8, 2012 by  
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Frances Beinecke, president of the Natural Resources Defense Council , declared Tuesday’s re-election of President Barack Obama a major victory for the environment . Governor Mitt Romney, she wites, ran on “a platform of more drilling, more coal-fired power plants, more climate paralysis, and weaker pollution standards.” The people have spoken and they have chosen to support and continue President Obama’s efforts towards clean air, clean energy and in dealing with climate change. Read the rest of President Obama’s Re-Election is a Victory for Clean Air and Clean Energy Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “clean energy” , carbon pollution limits , clean air , clean energy research , Climate Change , energy efficiency standards , frances beinecke , Hurricane Sandy , legislating clean air , legislating clean energy , Mitt Romney , natural disasters as indicators of climate change , obama re-election a mandate on clean air and clean energy , wind energy

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