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Exploiting solar energy can meet power demand

Exploiting solar energy can meet power demand

Renewable energy experts estimate that a solar home costs Rs.100,000 but a solar energy system can be installed with one-time expenditure and the system needs no additional expenditure for years. From economic point of view, the solar thermal power plants …

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How powering food storage could end hunger

How powering food storage could end hunger

More than 250 million tonnes of food is wasted annually in developing countries. Increased access to energy can help modernize the food chain, in particular allowing more cold storage for products, preventing waste. Mini-grids and decentralized renewables can provide energy …

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Which Countries Use The Most Electricity?

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In 2017, global electricity consumption increased 2.5 percent to reahch 25,721 Twh. When it comes to consumption, China uses the most of any country at 25.9 percent, followed by the United States with 17.5 percent. On a per capita basis, the situation …

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Electricity price misery

Electricity price misery

Increased population growth rate causes increased energy requirements in Pakistan which is growing rapidly. The present Government of Pakistan has focused to ensure accessibility and security of sustainable supply and delivery of energy service along with the development of natural …

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Reworking the traditional electric utility

Reworking the traditional electric utility

Some new and disruptive business forces are rendering the traditional electricity business model obsolete and it may not serve well to accomplish the government’s strategic goals in the power sector. It is imperative that this business in the country be …

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U.S. Wind Power to Surpass Hydro Energy in 2019

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Electricity generated from wind turbines is scheduled to surpass electricity generated from hydropower and become the largest single source of renewable energy in the U.S. during this year, according to numbers from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The shift is expected to happen …

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