Tag Archives: Global Warming

Concentrating Solar Power for Stronger Energy

When people talk about solar power, they usually are referring to the photovoltaic type. But there’s another type of solar power and it’s starting to gain some ground over its photovoltaic power. This is concentrated solar power, or CSP solar energy, which is the solar energy that’s generated when one concentrates sunlight onto a small […]

Tax Exemption for Renewable Energy System – Nevada

The state of Nevada is offering incentives for renewable energy use and energy efficiency. A state rebate program is being administered by NV Energy, formerly known as Sierra Pacific Power and Nevada Power. This is known as the Renewable Generations Rebate Program for photovoltaic (PV ), small wind and hydroelectric systems. Originally, this rebate program […]

Solar and Wind Energy Credits in Hawaii

Solar energy is one efficient energy source which is widely known to produce a “solar thermal hot water” system for heating water.  It produces electricity through a “concentrated solar power or CSP” system,  or through photovoltaic electricity. The Hawaii Energy Tax Credits give benefits to single or corporate entities.  These are income tax credits of 20% […]

Next G8 Meeting with Obama

The sast G8 meeting was with President Bush, and the next will be with Obama, are we going to see some change? In July this year world leaders of the G8 met in Japan trying to agree on targets on global emissions.  This meeting however failed to achieve any concrete results or set clear goals. […]

China's Pollution, Alternative Energy, and the Financial Crisis

China has developed a reputation as one of the world’s leading producers of the pollutants which contribute to Global Warming. It is also a leading producer of manufactured goods which are exported to North and South America, Europe, and Africa, and the factories which produce these goods are not the most eco-friendly on Earth. Rapid […]