Nuclear Reimagined and Meeting Clean Energy Goals

>>Katie: – National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Today’s webinar is focused on the “Nuclear Reimagined and Meeting Clean Energy Goals: Why NGOs Care About the Clean Energy Ministerial NICE Future Initiative.” Before we begin I’ll quickly go over the webinar features. For audio you have two options. You may either listen through your computer or over […]

Puerto Rico Moves Forward: Innovative Energy Solutions after Hurricane Maria

Juan Rosario: This is a moment in which we know there is going to be a paradigm shift. Science right now is on our side. Efraín O’neil-Carrillo: The centralized large power plants that Puerto Rico has, did not suffer really much damage. So, it wasn’t a problem of generating the power, it was a matter […]

Progressing community-owned renewable energy in Victoria

Victorian communities are transitioning towards renewables and taking ownership over their own emissions. It’s a pilot program but the Community Power Hub initiative delivered by the Gippsland Climate Change Network has been a great success in The Latrobe Valley. One of the projects implemented was the Gippy Bulk Buy initiative. Solar panels and locally made […]

How Will You be Remembered? | Kent Stock | TEDxIowaCity

Translator: Dan Meyer Reviewer: Ludovica Harley I was blessed to have a movie made about my life titled “The Final Season.” Many of you have probably seen “The Final Season,” but for those of you that haven’t, I’ll be selling DVDs out of my truck in the parking lot. (Laughter) Yeah, I was lucky to […]

Supplying a Hydropower Workhorse

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600,000 PG&E customers could be impacted by power shutoffs this week

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Power to the people

Well when it comes to cutting the cost of electricity, the South Australian town of Port Pirie is leading the way. It’s created the country’s first-ever Community Power Network and it’s slashing bills and literally giving the power back to the people. The scheme is the brainchild of a very innovative little council and now […]

Malampaya Access to Energy pilot project | Sustainability at Shell

The Malampaya Deep Water Gas-to-Power project is one of the largest and most significant industrial endeavours in Philippine history, providing around 20% of the country’s energy needs. However, on Palawan island, next to the gas field, there remain remote and off-grid communities that, even today, have no access to energy. But that is about to […]

Hydropower generation and potential around the world

Did you know That global investment in renewable energy now outstrips investment in fossil fuel? Did you know that in 2013 there was more hydro commissioned than solar and wind? Actually, with the recent developments world hydropower capacity has now reached 1,000 giga watts (GW) That’s enough to provide renewable electricity to 1 billion people […]