Let’s debunk the myth that global sustainability comes at the price of development. Dharnai is a solar-powered village that gives hope for a future that’s both ecologically sustainable and thriving.
Energy efficiency is a hot topic worldwide; particularly so for the UK government who have a target to reduce the country’s greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050. Energy efficiency is also a pressing concern for the British public, many of which are under increasing financial pressure, and are struggling to pay household bills. Intensifying the situation is the fact
LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction) developments have been making substantial progress in these last couple of years and it appears that the research has turned an important corner. The energy release is way beyond conventional sources . . .
Last week, for the first time in memory, the wholesale price of electricity in Queensland fell into negative territory – in the middle of the day. For several days the price, normally around $40-$50 a megawatt hour, hovered in and around zero.
“The renewable energy paradigm requires an unprecedented industrial reengineering of the landscape,” – one that “sees all of nature as an integrated machine for producing energy.”