Baseload power and meeting its demands
18 Jul

Baseload power and meeting its demands

Renewable energy is considered to be the main source of the baseload power. Some do believe this idea but the others do not. It is because the renewable energy has its own shortcomings which will not make it possible for these sources to meet the power needs. The theory is backed by the practical experience and it is done by modeling the energy provided by the renewable source. The practicality certainly shows that the consistent power is never provided by the renewable source which means that such power cannot be used at all. The idea is very widespread and is accepted by the experts all over the world. There is another group of experts that have the completely different idea. These theories are backed by the computer simulations which allow these experts to demonstrate that the renewable energy will certainly be used as the main source in the next few decades.

Solar Energy
24 Oct

Skidegate Community a Step Closer to Energy Independence with Heritage Center Solar Energy Project

The Skidegate community made a big step towards renewable energy by completing one of the most extensive solar energy projects in B.C. The initiative took life in the Haida Heritage Centre where as many as 385 PV solar panels were installed. The Heritage center located at the village ay Llnagaay is an award winning tourism complex on Aboriginal cultural facing the waters of the ocean.

energy conservation
Canada needs to Adopt Responsible Metal Mining for Solar Energy
11 Aug

Canada needs to Adopt Responsible Metal Mining for Solar Energy, Says University Report

Solar power has been the most favored form of renewable energy all over the world. The cost of the solar panels is coming down and the ease of installation makes it a very practical solution when it comes to renewable energy. The growth of solar energy is increasing by leaps and bounds from year to year which is a hopeful sign for a world threatened with imminent climate change.

Renewable Energy