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Despite the recent trend to move towards renewable energy sources like wind and solar, fossil fuels can still be the globe’s dominant energy supply for many years to come as per a significant market survey that was released recently. The move in several industrial powers to cleaner sources of fuel is being offset by the continuing reliance on fossil fuels in much of the remainder of the planet.
Posted: 25 November 2013 - Read More
Much of the material we dispose of as waste, contains large amounts of potential energy in the form of carbon-rich-chemicals. Waste could be considered as sewage to discarded food.
Posted: 22 October 2013 - Read More
NSW electricity and gas retail markets have undergone a series of changes that have affected consumers and retailers, more changes are expected. This has come off the back of the privatisation of government-owned retail businesses that has forced retailers to compete more actively to attract and to retain customers by providing greater discounts
Posted: 07 October 2013 - Read More
As the race to produce electric cars with increased battery capacity continues, U.S. based car manufacturer General Motors are working on a vehicle that could travel 320 kilometres per full change, at a price that is substantially less than its competitors that would travel similar distances.
Posted: 26 September 2013 - Read More