Mozambique, the southeast African nation once plagued by nearly three decades of civil war, plans to push for the development of renewable energy to provide more of its population with electrical service, according to a new government strategy announced this week (currently, 95% of Mozambicans live without electricity).
South Africa's state-owned power utility Eskom hopes to tap US$1 billion in credit from the World Bank's Clean Technology Fund.
The latest information released by U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in the Monthly Energy Review shows continued growth in renewable energy sources in the US.
In the Mediterranean waters between Europe and northern Africa, warm and inviting Cyprus isn't all that it seems. With its divided capital Nicosia officially cleaved in two along ethnic lines since 1974, conflict on "the island of Aphrodite" between the Greeks and Turks is nothing new. But today, the nation's tensions extend into the energy realm.
For the ambitious among us, there are plenty of opportunities to save money and learn new skills with do it yourself renewable energy projects. But I’m not talking about making a solar back pack.