Norway Aims for Electric Planes to Help Slow Climate Change

Norway—home to the world’s highest per capita number of all-electric cars—is also planning to go emission-free in the friendly skies. The Scandinavian country aims to be the first in the world to switch to electric air transport. State-owned Avinor, which operates most of the country’s airports, plans to adopt battery-powered …

HEALTHY ENERGY IS CREATED IN “BASTALISTE”

Katarina Milenkovic Katarina Milenkovic–President of citizen’s society “Ama Centre” and the coordinator of “Bastaliste” Katarina Milenkovic graduated communication from a Faculty of Political Sciences, the University of Belgrade. She was engaged in journalism and public relations, after which she founded the association “Ama – Centre for the Care of People …

Renault’s ‘Smart Island’ Runs on Wind Power and Recycled Batteries

Renault has launched a “smart island” in Portugal that uses its Zoe electric vehicle, home batteries, smart charging and vehicle-to-grid (V2E) energy storage to run without fossil fuels. The idea is to make the Madeira island of Porto Santo energy independent and stimulate renewable energy production. “[We want] to build …

Yingli Secures Order For 12 Solar PV Plants In Chile Worth 146 Megawatts

Yingli Green Energy has announced it has secured orders for 12 solar PV projects in Chile worth 146 megawatts for which it will provide Engineering, Procurement, and Construction services. One of the world’s leading solar panel manufacturers with over 15 gigawatts worth of solar panels delivered all around the world, …

The Forgotten Renewable: Geothermal Energy Production Heats Up

Three and a half hours east of Los Angeles lies the Salton Sea, a manmade oasis in the heart of the Mojave Desert. It was created in 1905, when a canal broke and the Colorado River flooded the desert for more than a year. The Sea became a tourist hotspot …