Energy Is At The Heart Of It All
- CONSUMPTION. // Global Energy Market Research: Angola;Apr2010, p6
The article reports on the energy consumption of Angola specifically on the rate of the country's use of biomass energy in 2008.
- CONSUMPTION. // Global Energy Market Research: Angola;May2009, p6
The article provides information on the energy consumption in Angola with biomass supplies accounting to 64% of total energy consumption, oil for 28%, and gas for 6%.
- New Web-Based Retrofit Tool. // Green Builder Magazine;Oct2012, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p5
The article reviews the new Web-based tool for home energy retrofit from Climafy.
- Norway's energy positive advancement. Ross, Kate // World Rivers Review;Mar2013, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p12
The article offers information on the retrofitting of two office buildings in Scandinavia near Oslo by a project in Norway to generate more power than required.
- Green Deal 'won't cover deep retrofit'. // Utility Week;12/14/2012, p10
The article focuses on a report from the British Institute for Sustainability which examined the impact of retrofitting homes with energy efficiency measures.
- Boris retrofit loans handed to private sector. // Estates Gazette;7/13/2013, Issue 1328, p30
The article reports that the London Energy Efficiency Fund, which provides loans for green retrofit projects in the public sector and which is supported by London, England Mayor Boris Johnson, is being opened up to the private sector.
- A Decision Making Tool for a Comprehensive Evaluation of Building Retrofitting Actions at the Regional Scale. Albatici, Rossano; Gadotti, Alessia; Baldessari, Christian; Chiogna, Michela // Sustainability (2071-1050);Oct2016, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p1
Buildings in Europe account for 40% of total primary energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions. Nearly one-half of the building stock was built before modern energy efficiency standards and need urgent renovation. Urban retrofitting has emerged as a crucial factor for bringing about a radical...
- The Science of Photons to Fuel. Chu, Steven // AIP Conference Proceedings;9/12/2008, Vol. 1044 Issue 1, p266
Transportation consumes 28% of US energy, and 60% of that is consumed by personal transportation. Because liquid fuels have high energy density, they will be the dominant fuel, until batteries have improved enough to support plug-in cars on an economic basis. Fifty million acres of energy crops...
- Flawed Biofuels Policies. Hansen-Kuhn, Karen // Foreign Policy in Focus;10/30/2008, p1
The author stresses the need to suspend increases in biofuels targets and instead consider new policies that balance needs for food and energy sovereignty all over the world. She asserts that energy policies in the U.S. and Europe that set biofuel consumption targets are probably driving...