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Category archives for: Renewable energy

City of sydney now runs on 100% renewable energy


Dhaka, 2 July, 2020: From today, central Sydney, Australia is now entirely powered by renewable energy. By using locally sourced clean energy from wind and solar farms in New South Wales, the region will now see CO2 emissions reduced by around 20,000 tonnes each year. The move will save an estimated A$500,000 (€308,000) per annum over […]

Renewable energy needs greater attention


Dhaka, 26 June, 2020: This format of energy is generally defined as energy that is collected from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale. Renewable energy projects in many developing countries have also demonstrated that it can directly contribute to poverty reduction by providing the energy needed for creating businesses and employment. Renewable energy […]

Renewable Energy: Bangladesh made great strides


Dhaka, 18 June, 2020: Bangladesh has made great strides in power generation in the last decade as about 95 percent of its population now have the access to electricity, thanks to the government's attention to renewable energy sources along with the conventional sources, says a global report. As of 2017, around 8 percent of the […]

Renewable energy could be Bangladesh’s best option post Covid-19


Dhaka, 6 June: In the post Covid-19 era, renewable energy could be the best suitable option for Bangladesh to reset its power sector development policy to come out of the obligation for capacity payment to idle power plants, says a recent study. The observation was made by the Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), a US-based […]

Renewable energy can be part of solution for Illinois


Dhaka, 23 May, 2020: The Illinois General Assembly is working to provide relief to families, small businesses and communities that are reeling from the impacts of COVID-19. That relief should include an overdue fix to the state's renewable energy program that can save thousands of jobs while helping lower electric bills for homeowners and businesses […]

In A Post-Pandemic World, Renewable Energy Is The Only Way Forward


Dhaka, 5, May, 2020: The Economist’s regular cartoonist, KAL, summed it up neatly in his cartoon last week: the battle humanity is waging against the coronavirus is only the preliminary round, and after that, we have a much bigger and stronger opponent waiting for us, called the climate emergency. That some people still may think that something as […]

Here’s How Renewable Energy Could Help Us Economically Recover From The Pandemic


Dhaka, April 26, 2020: Renewable energy could power an economic recovery from COVID-19 by spurring global GDP gains of almost US$100 trillion (£80 trillion) between now and 2050, according to a report. The International Renewable Energy Agency found that accelerating investment in renewable energy could generate huge economic benefits while helping to tackle the global climate emergency. The […]

Renewable energy is a benefit to everyone


Sometimes we forget that we're all in the same boat. Despite our differences, we all prefer clean air and water, safe homes, good jobs, convenient transportation, and we mostly don't even disagree about climate. We want livable futures for our children, abundant crops, lush forests and recreation opportunities. Unfortunately, some organizations pit us against each […]

Angry US landowners are killing off renewable energy projects


There’s an old saw in the trash business that says, “everybody wants their trash picked up but nobody wants it put down.” That’s not a perfect analogy for what’s happening with renewable-energy projects in New York and New England but the sentiment behind it is familiar. A recent Gallup poll found that 73 percent of Americans favor […]

5 Weird Ways To Generate Renewable Energy


As concern grows for the climate and all eyes are on fossil fuels, the hunt is on for new ways of generating electricity. Traditional renewable energy sources have until now focused on harnessing the power of the sun or the wind or water. But traditions are meant to be broken–and that happens more often than […]


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