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EcoSherpa » Green Energy
Algae Biofuel Becoming a Reality?
I’ve written about algae biofuel a number of times before (see links at the end) and it is definitely a topic that really interests me. I’ll be honest, the idea of growing crops – that could be used for something else – on prime agricultural land for the purpose of making fuel just seems a [...]
Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair
The following press release was passed along to us by Elizabeth Aguillera, from the Midwest Renewable Energy Association. Contact: Amy Heart, Programs Director Midwest Renewable Energy Association 715-592-6595 x20 firstname.lastname@example.org Nationâ€™s Premier Energy Education Event Set for June 20-22, 2008 Custer, WI â€“ The Midwest Renewable Energy Association announced the dates for their annual Energy [...]
There’s no doubt that modern technology has played a major role in the advancement of the green movement. Never before in the history of mankind has it been so easy to share important information with countless others and inspire global change. Of course, these great strides forward don’t come without costs. Not only is a [...]
Bringing Biodiesel Mainstream
I found a great article over at CNET, talking about biodiesel entrepreneurs. According to the article, the demand for green automobiles is on the rise and used car dealers are carving a niche for themselves by selling biodiesel-ready autos. Around the US, dealerships are popping up offering middle-class drivers with biodiesel vehicles like, VW, Mercedes [...]
Battery Electric Cars (BEV)
One of our readers sent us an email a few days ago looking for information on electric cars from my last post on Green Pizza. I have emailed Galactic Pizza and will hopefully hear back from them soon. I did a quick search on the Internet to see what I could come up with. The [...]
Beer Power Revisited
I received an email from my good friend Cory yesterday, pointing me in the direction of an article he thought might inspire a post here on the blog. Cory and I are both eco-conscious, and we enjoy getting together for a good brew (or two) whenever time allows. So needless to say I wasn’t overly [...]
North America’s Largest PV Farm
The Ontario government has approved a plan to build a huge solar farm near Sarnia, according to an article on CBC.ca. The 40 megawatt installation is expected to be online by 2010. Thanks to the provincial “Standard Offer Program” the government now pays 42 cents/kwh for approved solar energy projects, thus making this a sound [...]
Hydrogen Highway Demonstration Project
This sounds interesting: VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Stephen Harper brought his environmental campaign to Vancouver yesterday, giving British Columbia nearly $200 million for projects aimed at reducing the emission of greenhouses gases, including a “hydrogen highway” demonstration project between Vancouver and Whistler with a network of hydrogen fuelling stations for fuel-cell-powered cars and buses. “Over [...]
Poop Pellets to Produce Hydrogen
(Sorry, I couldn’t find any real poop pellets) Wow – this has definitely been our worst week since the Christmas break! Very sorry about that. Busy schedules combined with a wee bit o’ winter blues (we got hit yet again this week) certainly hasn’t helped inspire us! Anyway, this morning I decided that I needed [...]
Dead Cow Biofuel?
Wow – the possibilities for biofuel production are seemingly never-ending! A former abattoir in northern Scotland is pioneering a new source of biofuels – dead cows. The Oran Group is turning the site at Kintore in Aberdeenshire into a biofuels installation which generates electricity from burning cow by-products supplied by local abattoirs, including blood and [...]
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