Google says it will reach 100% renewable resource for its worldwide companies in 2017

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Google has been participated in by a variety of other big internet companies in seeking green energy for 100% renewable resource. Elsewhere, Microsoft recently revealed its major wind energy purchase, to this day, a 237-megawatt farm to power its Wyoming data center. Apple, too, has been purchasing solar farms, and Facebook joins the process of developing a… Read more »

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Why Go Solar? Top Advantages of Solar Power for the Home

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Benefits Solar power at home

When you choose to use solar energy you encounter a wide variety of conveniences that help you live a greener, more economical life. Here are just a few of the advantages of changing over to solar power for your house power needs. Benefit 1: You minimize your electricity bills. Obviously, you won’t be able to… Read more »

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Characteristics of an Eco-Friendly Home

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Eco-Friendly Home

As the harmful effects being put on the earth by us is becoming more and more aware. Individuals are starting to become more responsible and are changing their lives to undo the irresponsible human tasks that are causing the harm, however, inevitable. But there are lots of ways and methods that you can use to… Read more »

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Solar Energy: The Future Is Now

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Solar Energy - The Future Is Now

For decades, solar energy has been touted as a different power source. Increasingly, however, solar is standing toe to toe with traditional power sources as a viable, cost-effective option for electricity. When solar energy surges onto the scene in the 1980s, nobody was making an economic case for including it in America’s utility electric fleet…. Read more »

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What’s Watt in Wind Energy Infographic

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How much power do Wind Turbines, the tempest task masters of the sky tend to tap into? A Wind Farm of several turbines is a serious power station. Here we examine one Wind Turbine and how it relatesto your everyday power needs. Source: Visual.ly

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Electric vehicles: A new revolution in energy efficient transportation

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Rising fuel prices, emission of toxic pollutants, need for frequent maintenance are some of the main reasons why conventional vehicles are becoming more of a source for concern than a commodity of convenience. The advent of Electric vehicles offers a viable solution for many of these problems. These vehicles included automobiles, bikes, airplanes, trains, ships… Read more »

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Sustainable Energy and Its Relevance

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The sustainable energy is the most sought after forms of energy in the planet now. The depletion of non renewable fossil fuel is a reality and the days are not far from that eventuality. The research and developments are already being done and are on the way. The aim is to get a real solution… Read more »

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Electric Cars – The Way of the Future

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Nowadays, if you talk about the car of the future, it’s all about electric cars. In fact, the 2011 World Car of the Year was a fully electric car, the Nissan Leaf. And why should we not love electric cars? Though people may argue that electric cars still cause pollution because the factories that create… Read more »

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The Growing Need for Renewable Energy

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Energy is essential in just about every facet of life and the production of energy is a key factor in ensuring that a nation can thrive and support its self. Traditionally the majority of energy produced is generated through the burning of fossil fuels (coal, petroleum and natural gases). This became a solution for human… Read more »

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Gaining Power By Going Green

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living As consumers become ever more sensitive to the plight of the environment, they are increasing their pressure on utility companies to join the Going Green Revolution by replacing fossil fuels with clean, renewable energy sources. Also helping to accelerate the green movement are incentives offered by the federal government… Read more »

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