United Arab Emirates
Political upheaval in oil producing African and Middle Eastern states could drive the price of gasoline to $5 per gallon this summer in the United States.
Abu Dhabi, the wealthiest of the seven semi-autonomous Middle Eastern sheikdoms that make up the United Arab Emirates, seems an unlikely place for a renewable energy push. After all, the tiny emirate is one of O.P.E.C.'s top five oil producers, with as much as 10% of the world's oil reserves by some estimates (most of its crude is exported to energy-hungry Asia).
It’s counterintuitive, but the idea that wind turbines without blades could generate as much energy per square meter as standard wind turbines is based on scientific observation.
Keeping with the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) architectural aesthetic appeal, a new proposal for a field of solar ribbon dubbed the "Light Sanctuary", both plays the role of contemplative art and takes advantage of
An oil-rich Middle Eastern country isn’t the likeliest place to site an international sustainable energy organization. However, Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates has become the headquarters for the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
The Gulf of Mexico loop current appears to be destabilizing thanks to a cyclone of cold water – good news for Florida, Cuba and the East Coast, at least temporarily.
Toronto-based lighting solutions company Cavet Technologies Inc., has recently launched the LumiSmart ILC™ - Intelligent Lighting Controller – a smart grid enabled system to reduce power consumed by fluorescent lighting systems.