What precisely is Green Energy Biomass?

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Cabot Institute for the Environment: Low Carbon Energy

Globally we have some really significant challenges because we need to transition away from using fossil fuels to a completely carbon neutral energy economy. At the Cabot institute we’re developing solutions and also policy to ensure a safe and affordable energy supply for all. I’ve been the special advisor to the House of Lords to […]

What Is a Renewable Energy Certificate?

Have you ever wondered, when you turn on your lights, where that electricity is coming from? In the United States, most electricity comes from coal, natural gas, and nuclear; and some renewable sources, like hydropower, wind, and solar. No matter where electricity is generated, it is mixed together on the shared electricity grid. When you […]

Alternative & Renewable Energy Sources

Tom Seng: This lesson is going to be on alternative and renewable energy sources. The main types that we’re going to talk about are wind, hydro, solar, geothermal, and biomass. Wind power once was used for mechanical drives only. It’s gaining in popularity as a clean, alternative source of electricity using turbine generators. You know, […]

The Future of Alternative Energy

– [Narrator] What do algae, viruses and seawater all have in common? They could all put fossil fuels out of business. 2010. The United States goes through about 19 million barrels of oil per day. And now we’d all like to think that coal and oil are gonna last forever, but we have to face […]

Hydro, Solar, Wind, and Biomass

Hydroelectricity does have a number of advantages. In a hydrodam, you generate electricity from a non-depletable resource, water. As long as the sun shines, water will evaporate into the atmosphere, and eventually come down as rain. Gravity will bring that water to the ocean. If you impound the water behind the dam, and then release […]

Hydrogen; Nature’s Fuel

Hydrogen is the most abundant element on earth. It really is nature’s fuel. We’re at a very interesting stage of development of this technology where it’s not quite ready for prime time time but it’s getting tantalizingly close Fuel cell technology is evolving, the technology is improving constantly. We’re competing in a market that we […]

Renewable Energy and the Energy Transition

[Music] large wind farms solar panels on rooftops biogas plants Germany is changing because of its energy transition but what is energy transition really mean why is it so important now and where are the opportunities and challenges we need energy in all areas of life for transportation and as heat and electricity today we […]

Ecosystem Ecology: Links in the Chain – Crash Course Ecology #7

There’s a lot of ideas that we just assume that we know a lot about because we hear about them all the time. For instance, I know what pop music is, but if you were to corner me at a party and say, “Hank, what is pop music?”, I’d be like, “It’s, uh…it’s like, uh…the […]

Power to the People – Full Video

Most people in developing countries aspire to a rich, better life. These people know how we in the west live, and they refuse to be left behind. The highest standard of living the world has ever known has been built on an ever-increasing use of energy… and there is no end in sight. We’ve made […]