Renewable energy is slowly becoming more renewable thanks to technology, and is slowly catching on with people around the world. Unfortunately, the rate at which this technology becomes increasingly used and more advanced is rather slow as far as the use of technologically-aided renewable energy sources is concerned.
The tiny nation of Morocco is taking its first steps to becoming a major leader in renewable energy. The giant solar plant at Ouarzazate will harness huge amounts of solar power to aide in the Morocco’s pledge to harness 42% of its power from renewable resources.
According to the recent GTM Report, United States is among the most attractive market for the development of new solar-powered module. Interestingly, the report declared that new module production capacity in the first three quarters of 2015 is mainly developed outside mainland China.
The US Government subsidizes your fossil fuel consumption, helping to keep the price of a fuel down. There are a lot of moving parts as to why the government helps you to consume fossil fuels, with worldwide competition being part of that equation, but one thing is clear – solar energy is not subsidized.
It is frustrating not knowing whether adding solar panels to your roof may be the most logical plan of action, since it is often difficult to judge if your home receives optimum sunlight to justify the cost of solar power.
The value of pollinators such as bees and butterflies in human nutrition is crucial and without them our nation is at a risk of food crisis. Can anything be done to protect and restore the bee population? Certainly, if we sign the pledge to protect pollinators.
Oman’s largest oil producer Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) is sponsoring a project in which it has commissioned GlassPoint Solar to build one of the largest solar plants in the world called ‘Miraah’. This renewable energy technology will work as an alternative to fossil fuel towards extracting crude out of the ground.