Arquivo de Tag: energy economics

Macedonia and Energy Efficiency

FYR Macedonia: Municipalities join forces to improve energy efficiency A DRAWING BY FIRST-GRADE PUPIL MARINA DANEVA FROM THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA REPRESENTING ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ENERGY. (PHOTO: UNDP IN FYR MACEDONIA)  In… Continuar lendo

Geothermal Energy – Iceland

I always get really excited when someone develops technologies to obtain energy through other renewable sources. Iceland just had a breakthrough with geothermal magma-powered geothermal energy. Unlike wind and solar, magma-powered geothermal energy… Continuar lendo

Brace yourselves…winter is here

Cars and Solar Energy Power

I was reading the article “Is Ford’s Solar Car The Holy Grail For Renewable Energy-Powered Transportation?“, when I realized we are always talking about the future as something that is never going to come.… Continuar lendo

Renewable energy boom

It was broadcasted today, at The Week an article talking about the rise in energy generated from renewable sources, especially on the United States.  Here is the link. I liked it very much,… Continuar lendo

Additional thoughts on non renewable energy sources

In every pie chart we see of energy sources distribution within a country,  renewable sources continue to occupy a defenseless place when compared to other energy sources, whether we look on today’s data… Continuar lendo

Thoughts on nonrenewable energy sources

Energy sources can be divided in two groups – renewable (an energy source that can be easily replenished) and nonrenewable (an energy source that we are using up and cannot be replaced). The… Continuar lendo

Explorando Energy Economics

Recentemente o tema que mais tem atraído os meus olhos, minha atenção e minha sede de saber é Energy Economics. É um campo ainda não muito explorado em economia, mas com certeza um… Continuar lendo