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Sustainable Bioenergy

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Sustainable bioenergy is an important issue in the renewable energy mix. This movie introduce this technology and the circumstances around it.

Biomass : the most basic of energy sources (part 1/2) | Sustainable Energy

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In this episode of Sustainable Energy, we’re taking a look at one of the most basic of energy sources and one who energizes the move from cave men to modern men : biomass and bio energy.

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– We visit the land of komodo dragons in Indonesia to see how the nation biggest palm oil producer is improving substainability.

– A vegetable farm that’s using crop by-products to produce electricity and fertilizer.

– We are looking at technology allowing power sources to transition to biomass.

– We talk to the UK’s leading green energy company about plants to produce energy from the stuff under our feet, the grass.

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How solar-powered desalination works – Sustainable clean water for islands & coastlines

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How do you use the sun to turn seawater into clean water? Desalination using solar energy will play a crucial role to solve water scarcity.

Already 4 billion people face water scarcity. Islands and coastal areas are vulnerable to droughts. The key to unlock extra fresh water lies in the sea. However, desalination is an expensive exercise, as much energy is needed and energy rates are high.

Technology company Elemental Water Makers has found a way to use the elements in their favour. Combining the power of the sea and sun, reliable access to clean water from unlimited resources is enabled. Using unique energy recovery technology, the amount of energy required is strongly reduced. Solar-powered desalination provides independence and resilience.

Coastal communities, lower lying atolls, private islands, private properties, resorts and municipalities can now get access to affordable clean water for generations to come.

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Green energy: Which sources are the most sustainable?

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Fossil fuels still supply about 80% of the world’s power. How can energy be produced and used more sustainably to meet climate targets? We answer your questions. film supported by @Infosys

00:00 – Why energy needs to become more sustainable
00:33 – How much energy should come from renewables?
01:19 – Why isn’t nuclear power used more widely?
02:19 – How can solar power be made more efficient?
03:34 – Will biofuels become widely used?
04:30 – Do electric vehicles make a difference?
05:10 – How heating and air conditioning can be more sustainable

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The Power of Natural Gas: Complementing Renewables for a Sustainable Energy Future | GE Power

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As more renewable power is added to the grid, its limitations and intermittent nature present a challenge: utilities and operators must constantly fill the gap between supply and demand.

But that’s where #naturalgas power plants come in. They work to provide the capacity a renewables-heavy grid can depend on. They can start or stop quickly, ramping up or down in load as wind or sunlight conditions vary.

Natural gas plants are playing an important role in the future of power, enabling reliable, affordable and more sustainable energy.

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Sustainable Business: Green energy is cheaper than ever

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Plunging costs of renewables mark a turning point in a global transition to low-carbon energy, with new solar or wind farms increasingly cheaper to build than running existing coal plants, according to a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).


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Policies to Improve Energy Efficiency – Sustainable Energy – TU Delft

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This educational video is part of the course Sustainable Energy: Design A Renewable Future, available for free via ©️ TU Delft, released under a CC BY NC SA license:
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Sustainable energy: New energy innovations to make the future brighter – Compilation

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1. An Australian company has been working on a system that uses underwater buoys to convert sea waves into zero-emission energy and desalinated water.

2. Scientists in China are producing solar panels that can produce energy from the last source you’d expect — rainwater.

3. A Japanese engineer has designed a new type of wind turbine that he believes would be able to harness power from typhoons.

4. Researchers at Binghamton University have come up with an interesting way to harness energy, using a resource we have far too much of — bacteria.

5. US scientists have developed a bionic leaf that can convert solar energy into liquid fuel.

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Energy Storage: How to store renewable energy? (part 1/2) | Sustainable Energy

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Under your bed, in the attic even on your mobile phone, it seems there’s never enough storage. It turns out it’s also true of energy, particularly on sustainable energy.

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Ahead on the program :
– Batteries, they put power in your hand help devices but could they unlock the true potential of renewable energy?
– Could air provide storage for renewable energy when you need it? It’s not just carbon dioxyde that causes environmental issues but also black carbon. We head to Berlin to look at the potential of green solutions.
– A journey to the land of Iceland, has carbon made his match?

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