BBC Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden makes the case for investment in renewable energy and urges consumers to switch to a clean energy provider like Good Energy or Ecotricity. She is interviewed on a rooftop at Brixton Energy, south London, by Friends of the Earth.
Providing affordable and quality energy is one of the keys to Haiti’s ability to attract investments and help small businesses strive. A Port au Prince power plant is doing just that.
Lisa Van Pay of the National Science Foundation meets Will Lark, an MIT graduate student working on the CityCar project. The two discuss the technologies that make this vehicle unique and explore the relationship between art, science and design.
Paul Simonon, formerly of the Clash, joins a Greenpeace ship as a crewmember, concealing his identity and taking on the role of assistant cook. When he scaled an oil rig to join our demand to stop Arctic oil drilling, he ended up in jail for two weeks. Here he is reunited with a fellow former prisoner who didn’t know until hours before that he’d shared a cell with a rock and roll legend.
Australia is the sunniest continent on earth. New technologies in Solar, Energy Storage and Energy Exporting shows Solar Energy works.
Australia’s largest wind farms are near completion, crating a huge number of jobs opportunities whilst massively reducing our CO2 emissions.
Central Australia is the test site for the world’s first steam powered electricity generated from hot rocks deep beneath the earth
Handy hints on saving energy and lowering CO2 emissions