Browsing the "Geothermal" Category

Geothermal Market Shows Growth

April 22nd, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

The following GEA release provides solid information about the geothermal market. New GEA Report Details Trends in Global Geothermal Market


Geothermal Power Used In British Columbia Residential Development

September 13th, 2013 | by Glenn Meyers

Woodland Creek residential development located in Sooke, British Columbia is using geothermal technology for its award-winning homes. Ground source heat pumps were chosen for the new craftsman style homes because they can help save an estimated $1,100&hellip


Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting Applications

June 14th, 2013 | by GBE FACTS

Understanding all aspects of renewable energy is important. Read this post on thermoelectric energy, also known as the "Seebeck effect," by Dr Harry Zervos, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx. All financial projections for the market come from IDTechEx


Green Product Review: ThermaPAVER

November 8th, 2012 | by Glenn Meyers

The ThermaPAVER panel system is assembled beneath either pedestal mounted or ground mounted pavers or stones. The system can be used under driveways, roads, patios, sidewalks, plazas, rooftop patios, entry ways, pool decks, and any other place where pavers of any size, shape, or material are used


Visiting the Fabulous Collection of Doctor Renewables

October 9th, 2012 | by Glenn Meyers

This treasure trove of information on renewables features a remarkable video library of technical and scientific demos addressing a wide range of subject matter. Rousseau cache presently houses more than 300 topics, from interviews to demonstrations. The website states that a new video is added daily -- a remarkable undertaking.


Portland General Electric Seeks Renewables Proposals for Approximately 100 MW

October 5th, 2012 | by pressroom

The RFP seeks approximately 100 “average megawatts” of renewable power, enough to serve more than 83,000 typical PGE residential customers. Energy sources must be at least 10 MW and can include wind, geothermal, biomass, biogas, solar, and hydroelectric power. PGE said it may acquire either a single resource or a mix of resources to achieve the total desired renewable energy target. The utility anticipates the resources acquired will be brought into the company’s portfolio in the 2013-2017 timeframe


Guest Post: An Insight into Geothermal Pumps

October 2nd, 2012 | by GBE FACTS

Geothermal power offers the best green deal for home heating currently. The power comes from a range of different underground sources, including shallow ground, warm underwater springs and liquefied rock in the form of magma that lies far beneath the earth’s crust



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