What is Geothermal Power Heat from the earth used as an energy source is known as geothermal power. The word geothermal comes from the Greek words geo (earth) and therme (heat). Geothermal energy is generated in the Earth’s core. Temperatures hotter than the sun’s surface are continuously produced inside the Earth by the slow decay [...]

Hydro Power is one of the largest sources of energy, accounting for roughly 20% of the worldwide demand of electricity and for well resourced countries it accounts for majority of the energy. Compared to other sources of Energy, Hydroelectric Power is one of the cheapest, non Carbon Emitting, non Polluting and Mature Energy Sources. Hydro [...]

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Given the government’s attention, solar power is expected to increase substantially in future. The Twelfth Five Year Plan targets to add 3800 MW of solar power. Accordingly, the fund requirement for solar projects in the plan is expected to be Rs 49,400 crore. The Thirteenth Plan targets an addition of 16,000 MW of solar power. [...]

Hitachi Entering Nuclear Power The massive global backlash against nuclear energy has seen a number of top nuclear equipment manufactures like GE, Siemens, Toshiba pulling back. While Siemens and Toshiba have already announced plans to retrench from nuclear energy, GE has also voiced concerns about nuclear power being unviable compared to natural gas and renewable [...]

Germany’s Erneubare Energien-Gesetz (EEG) Law Germany is one of the largest generators of renewable energy in the world being the  No.1 producer of solar power and is a top 5 producer of wind energy as well. The country’s EEG law enacted in 2005 has led to a massive increase in green energy capacity due to [...]