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Energy Storage is key for Renewable Energy Sources’ penetration into power generation. Renewable Energy Sources (RES) have become of particular importance in the establishment of green, environmentally friendly applications; thus they constitute a crucial piece of the puzzle for achieving global environmental, economical and social/political sustainability.

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When we talk about green buildings we refer to the application of techniques and principles for reducing the environmental footprint of ‘having’ and using a building – see intuitive environmental awareness. Constructing and maintaining a green building incorporates applying green principles at all stages; designing, building and using it. In general green building practices may… » read more

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Renewable energy is energy from renewable, constantly replenished, sources that are freely available in nature, such as the sun (sunlight or solar-thermal), the wind, the tidal power, the rain and hydro-power, the geothermal potential of earth and fuels derived from renewable sources such as biomass and bio-fuels. Renewable energy sources may constitute one alternative source… » read more

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Which solar energy technology will prevail? Concentrated Solar Power or Photovoltaic? In review of the latest developments in renewable, solar energy technologies one can establish that the answer to this question is rather controversial. In search of recent developments in the EU

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Solar Energy Facts – Solar Energy Storage enables CSP and PV on the grid (via http://www.renewablegreenenergypower.com) Solar energy storage can help increase the mix of solar systems, CSP and PV, and wind energy systems in the generation of electrical power; solar energy companies with experience in both CSP and PV systems are expected to benefit… » read more

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Our life style impacts the environment! Humanity’s environmental footprint has been deepening rapidly in the past decades placing our generation, and the ones to come, in great environmental risks and ‘ecological debts’ requiring immediate actions. The uncontrollable exploitation of natural resources in a continuous industrial, technological and structural development that has been proved ‘unsustainable’, have… » read more

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