solar power

  • Chile’s Bright Future Captured with Efficiency

    In the past, it was implied that leading energy innovation and sustainable construction was taking place only in Western countries. However for the most part, developed countries were built upon dated methods drawing as far back or further than the Industrial Revolution, when Climate Change was an unimaginable threat. Due...
  • Morocco Is Set to Rock the World

    Numerous industrialized nations have installed significant solar power capacity into their grids to supplement or provide an alternative to conventional energy sources. Morocco and other less developed/industrialized nations like South Africa, Ghana and Kenya have also turned to solar to reduce dependence on expensive imported fuels. Morocco, considered the...
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    Nigeria: Achieving Renewable Energy for Sustainable Development

    Energy is one of the most fundamental issues for sustainable development. The importance of energy availability in the economic growth, social and political development of every nation cannot be overemphasized. Affordable and reliable energy availability is the precondition for sustainable development.  Sustainable development calls for an efficient, reliable and...
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