Graphite – Graphene could be used as a photocatalyst to create artificial photosynthesis systems that produce renewable, non-polluting fuels and chemicals.
Articles Tagged "green energy"
The Commodity Investor gives an overview of the Rio+20 conference and weighs in on investing in wind and solar power.
Rare Earth – IBTimes reported that higher interest in green energy solutions could cause problems in the global rare earth supply chain.
Cobalt – As eco-friendliness becomes more mainstream, interest in green investing is also growing, and cobalt may be the ideal entry or expansion point for investors looking to make a move in that direction.
As support for ethanol wanes, algae-based biofuels are beginning to attract interest from some heavy-hitters in the energy industry.
Vanadium – Solar Panel Installation Store wrote on the potential for vanadium to be a key component in green energy solutions.
Uranium – Wangle(Editorial) reports on why uranium mining will be part of the growing solution to rising energy demands in the future. Confronted by the challenge of climate change and rising energy demands, it’s hardly surprising the Cold War-inspired case against uranium mining is increasingly out of step with the views of community leaders and leading environmentalists. [...]
Uranium – The Energy Collective reports on nuclear power and carbon capture technology. Two of the most important implications may be for the development of advanced nuclear power and carbon capture and storage technology. For complete editorial, click here.
Uranium – PRNewsire reports the World Energy Congress 2010 which ends today discusses on the issues of energy challenges. “The energy industry will follow a path of sustainable growth, aided by existing technologies and a pledge to improve communication with government and the public at national and international levels.” For complete story, click here.
Uranium – People’s Daily Online reports on nuclear power capacity for China to increase tremendously in the next decade. The official said that under an initial estimate, China’s scale of nuclear power should reach at least 75 million kilowatts in order to achieve the target by 2020, while currently, China’s nuclear power installed capacity is only 9 [...]