Alternative Energy

Geothermal Jobs: 1,000 New York Jobs Now at Risk

More than 1,000 geothermal energy jobs are now at risk in New York due to a tax credit's not being renewed (Image from http://actionheatingandcooling.com/residential/)

Geothermal heating and cooling has been steadily rising in New York, but more than 1,000 jobs are now at risk due to a tax credit not being renewed.

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Venture Capitalists Invest in Clean Energy

Reports show that new technology that will pave that way to a clean future continues to be produced, yet the well has mostly dried up in terms of investment. But the money is starting to return via venture capitalists.

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New Hydropower Station in Scotland to Bring Hundreds of Jobs

Wind power is picking up speed not only in the United States but also in other parts of the world. The Scottish government has approved a 400MW capacity hydropower station in Dumfries and Galloway.

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International Banks Buying Into Sustainable Future

The Paris climate agreement has finally officially gone into effect, with the goal of limiting the global temperature rise well under 2 degrees Celsius. Experts think it’s only going to take a $17 trillion investment by 2030 to get there.

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Hydropower May be Affected by Trump Presidency

Hydropower

Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the Presidential election last month has left many across the nation stunned, including those in the hydropower industry.

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Ethanol Engines vs. Traditional Engines: Understanding the Difference

Ethanol Engines

Ethanol Engines Could Pack Big Punch. 95 percent of all petroleum-based gasoline sold in the United States is now blended with 10 percent ethanol

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World Bank Invests In Biomass Power Plants

In the Philippines, three biomass power plants are being built in Negros Occidental from a $161-million investment from IFC, a member of the World Bank Group.

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