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Almost Half of Australian Big Business Moving to Renewables – ما يقرب من نصف الاسترالي الشركات الكبرى تتحرك إلى مصادر متجددة

June 12th, 2018|Categories: #Green, #greenetworks, #News, #tech, #Technology|Tags: , |

Almost half of Australia’s large businesses are actively transitioning to cheaper renewable energy, including many going off the grid by building their own generators and battery storage, as power bills threaten their bottom line. A new report by the Climate Council details the increased speed of a business-led transition to renewables as power bills have increased. [...]

Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands to build a giant island الدنمارك والمانيا وهولندا يخططون لبناء جزيرة عملاقة

March 31st, 2017|Categories: #environment, #global_warming, #Green|Tags: , , , |

A group of European countries is looking to build a giant island in the North Sea in order to support up to 100 gigawatts of offshore wind projects. It is intended to act as a staging post for turbine operations and maintenance crews, as well as to provide a central connection for planned far-shore wind farms [...]

It’s easy going green: Power

March 7th, 2017|Categories: #Business, #environment, #global_warming, #Green, #greenetworks|Tags: , , |

We're back with one more of these. Power consumption is one of the major carbon footprint contributors. Here are 3 ways to save on power. 1. Power Down Standby power or phantom power is a huge environmental expense. Power down company computers at night, this can be automated by special programs designed specifically for that purpose. [...]

Mind Blowing Facts about your Carbon Footprint: Fact #3

September 25th, 2014|Categories: #Business, #environment, #global_warming, #Green, #News, #tech|Tags: , , , , , , , |

The amount of sunlight that falls on the Earth’s surface in one minute is sufficient to meet world energy demand for an entire year. According to the American Solar Energy Society, the amount of sunlight that falls on the Earth’s surface in one minute is sufficient to meet world energy demand for an entire year. Read [...]

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