Harmonic Turbine Tidal Hotel

Harmonic Turbine Tidal Hotel

Harmonic Turbine Tidal Hotel provides energy for the generation of electricity. The main objective was to redefine the hotel’s typology including the renewable energy to sustain the environment. This hotel project is among the last of one of those three tidal projects that have highlighted30

Solar panels on Church

More than 5,500 churches in UK Switch to Renewable Energy

Some of the UK’s most famous cathedrals have been converted to renewable power to improve and tackle climate change. More than 5000 churches have made this switch. There has been a switch to 100% renewable electricity in the Church of England places of worship, along30

floating solar

India to Establish Solar floating Power Plants

Like China and a few of the Southeast Asian nations, India is also displaying interest in floating solar plants. The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) inaugurated India’s largest floating solar plant, a 500 kW plant in late 2017. This solar plant floats on approximately 1.2530

floating solar

Karnataka invites EoI to set up floating solar power projects

The latest invention of expression of interest (EoI), made by the Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board to install floating solar power projects over reservoirs in cities- Manvi, Sirguppa, and Ballari. Karnataka Board aims at renting 60 to 70 acres of land for 3030

Solar pannels and mounting structure at rooftop

Should Education Institutes Invest More in Renewable Energy?

Any college you attend, no matter where it is in the world, has to attend to its energy costs. For the individual homeowner, you know that this is a massive portion of your monthly bills. But for universities, it’s even more substantial. Entire computer labs30

Wind turbine

Renewable Electricity Sector Poised to Take Lead in India

India’s economy is rapidly growing with an ever-increasing demand for electricity. Renewable energy is the new and rapidly advancing field and is likely to support the growing electricity requirement of the country.  With the depleting sources of conventional energy such as coal and increasing levels30