Renewable energy is a hot topic, pun intended. In order to combat global warming and climate change, many countries are implementing more renewable energy, including most countries throughout Europe.  If you’re interested in the status of renewable energy in Europe, you’re at the right place. Read on for some important things to know, from promising […]

As solar and wind energy become cheaper and cheaper and more prolific across the world in terms of projects getting built, the power market and pricing is changing radically. Australia has been the rooftop solar capital of the world for quite a while now. The country is also now seeing major utility-scale solar and wind […]

  The Polkadot network is a relatively unknown addition to the blockchain umbrella, bringing its DOT cryptocurrency with it. While DOT is not exactly the biggest crypto option on the market, it has been gradually getting more and more attention – but should you actually buy it? What is Polkadot? Polkadot (DOT) is an open-source […]

Solar energy is getting real day by day. There have been numerous success stories of solar-generated power and the renewable source of energy has been accredited to save millions of tons of carbon dioxide. Two prominent organizations in India that have plans to install solar power plants and benefit from it are the Udupi Sri Krishna […]

Large Chinese players have already increased their marketshare drastically in the last few years taking advantage of the shift in technology from multicrystalline silicon solar technology to monocrystalline solar technology with many of the Tier 2 and Tier 3 Chinese companies disappearing or becoming marginal. Companies such as Trina Solar, JA Solar, and Jinko Solar have […]

China recently announced that it will become net carbon zero by 2060 after reaching peak carbon emission by 2030. The country’s announcement has come in the backdrop of renewed climate change commitments from governments around the world many of which have announced that they will become net carbon zero by 2050 or earlier. Even large […]