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June 25, 2018

GreenomicsWorld Interviews Mr. James Ellsmoor of Solar Head of State

GreenomicsWorld Interview with Mr. James Ellsmoor of Solar Head of State Interviewer: Mr. Ashis Parida, CEO, GreenomicsWorld        Energy is undergoing a major […]
June 23, 2018

What is the future of Human Mobility? Electric vehicles or is it Hydrogen Vehicles?

e are at the verge of a technological jump with respect to Transportation. The future of transportation is going to look very different than it is […]
May 7, 2018

New Chemical Recycling technology for Non- Recycled Plastic Waste

New Chemical Recycling technology for Non- Recycled Plastic Waste Most of the countries are suffering from Non-recycled plastic pollution. The scenario is much more critical in […]
April 12, 2018

10 books every energy manager should read

1. Taming the Sun: Innovations to Harness Solar Energy and Power the Planet Author: Varun Sivaram Published by: MIT Press Date published: March 2nd 2018 2. […]
April 10, 2018

Apple has gone Green! Apple Says All Its Facilities Now Powered by 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Apple has gone Green! Apple said Monday it had achieved a goal of “100 percent clean energy” for its facilities around the world. The California tech giant […]
March 23, 2018

Graphene – The Wonder Material!

Relevance of Graphene: Every 40 minutes, the amount of sunlight that reaches the Earth is enough to light up the planet for one whole year, provided […]
February 28, 2018
Damaged solar panels

Solar Panel Recycling – A New Business Opportunity

The global shift to renewable energy has given rise to the issue of growing waste that may or may not be recyclable. As the efficiency of […]
February 16, 2018
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Cyber Threat: A New Concern for Renewable Energy

We have associated cyber threat so far with the IT and finance industries only. However, due to the recent advancement in technologies connected to an electrical […]
February 13, 2018
Off the grid Australia

This is How Australia is Moving Off the Grid

Energy crises are not unusual for developing countries. But when a developed country faces power outages due to a crisis leading them to look for alternatives […]