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Renewable Energy is defined as any energy resource that can be naturally renewed or regenerated over a short period of time and which is directly derived from solar energy, indirectly from the sun such as wind energy, hydropower energy, bioenergy, or from other mechanisms of natural resources i.e., geothermal energy, tidal energy. Renewable energy only includes energy derived from organic and natural resources and it doesn’t include inorganic resources. Energy policy network that brings government and non-governmental organizations together and other organizations to learn from one another and build successes in advanced renewable energy. Renewable energy is replaced by a natural process and the rate of the process is faster than the rate at which is consumed.

Clean and Renewable Energy
Renewable Energy Utilizations
Energy-Saving Technology
New Energy Applications
Hybrid energy systems
Market analysis and trends on Renewable Energy
Hybrid Power & Energy Systems

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 Wind Energy represents the procedure by which wind is utilized to create power. Wind turbines change over the active vitality in the breeze into mechanical power and a generator can change over mechanical power into power. Mechanical power can likewise be used specifically for errands, for example, pumping water. Wind turbines convert wind from kinetic energy to mechanical power and are often grouped together into a single wind power plant, also known as a wind farm, and generate bulk electrical power. Wind energy, which would typically have been wasted, is now able to be stored for future use.

Wind Technology

Wind Farm Development

Wind Turbine Applications

Wind Power Capacity & Production

Wind Turbine Design

Wind Energy Storage

Wind Safety Measures

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Solar energy is derived from natural sources that don’t harm behavioral and environmental factors. The energy which is taken from the sun is converted into solar energy i.e., thermal or electrical for further use. Fuel production is also done from solar energy with the help of high temperatures. The Economics of solar energy depends upon its usage and always varies in countries. Solar panels are a greater way to lock solar electricity rates and also increase the value of places where it is plenty available.

Solar Fuel and Photovoltaic

Solar Thermal Energy

Solar  Technology

Solar Energy Development

Advances in Solar Cell Technology

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Hydro energy is a form of renewable energy that harnesses the power of water in movement - like water flowing over a waterfall-to bring on electricity. People have used this force for millennia. Over a period of two thousand years ago, people in Greece used running water to turn the wheel of their mill to ground wheat into flour.

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Tidal Energy is the movement of large bodies of water that can be utilized to revolve mechanical devices to produce electricity. Tidal energy or Tidal power exploits the natural ebb and flow of coastal tidal waters caused basically by the interaction of the gravitational fields of the planet, moon, and sun.

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Geothermal Energy is the warmth from the Earth. It's clean and sustainable. Resources of geothermal electricity vary from the shallow floor to warm water and warm rock determined some miles under the Earth's surface, and down even deeper to the extraordinarily high temperatures of molten rock known as magma. Almost everywhere, the shallow floor or higher 10 ft of the Earth's surface keeps an almost regular temperature between 50° and 60°F (10° and 16°C).

Geothermal Heat Pumps

Geothermal Electricity Production

Geothermal Direct Use

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Bioenergy is main largest renewable energy source today and gives 10% of the world an indispensable energy supply. It plays an essential role in many developing countries, where it gives basic energy for cooking and space warming, yet intermittently at the cost of extreme well-being and ecological effects. The agreement of cutting-edge spruce fills, biomass cook stoves, and additional off-grid biomass power supply in creating nations are key amplification to enhance the present circumstance and attain inclusive access to clean energy dexterity by 2030. Biofuels and Biomass are the prerequisite elements of Bioenergy and Sufficient Storage for Bioenergy is necessary to entertain the production and ensure supply to biomass utilization plants.

Biomass Industries & Application

Biogas & Landfill Gas

Advanced Biofuels Technology

Bioenergy In Integrated Energy System

Greenhouse Gas Balances of Biomass & Bioenergy System

Processes for Bioenergy

Ocean Thermal Energy

Bioenergy Efficiency & Storage

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Sustainable development is defined as an approach to growing or developing by using the resources in a way that allows them to renew or continue existing for others. Sustainable development is a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs sustainable development has three types of principles i.e., Economic, Environmental & Social.

Sustainable Energy & Environment

Green Manufacturing & Infrastructures

Agricultural Sustainability

Zero Energy Building

Waste Management

Energy Security & Clean Use

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Energy engineering is defined as the production, storage, distribution, and use of energy within natural or man-made energy systems. Power systems engineering involves the generation and transmission of electricity. It involves various natural resources such as fossil fuels or petroleum and tries to increase the usage of renewable or sustainable energy sources such as wind, solar and wave power, biomass, hydroelectricity, or nuclear power.

Energy Transmission and Distribution

Electricity Networks of the Future

Energy Storage Technologies & Devices

Power & Energy Generation

Power Systems & Automation

Fault Monitoring & Predictive Maintenance

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Energy-from-waste or Waste-to-energy is the method of generating energy within the type of electricity and/or heat from the first treatment of waste and maybe a type of energy recovery. Most of the waste-to-Energy proceeds the manufacture of electricity and/or heat directly through combustion, or the manufacture of flammable fuel goods such as gas, methanol, alcohol, or artificial fuels. Waste-to-energy technology incorporates aging, which may take biomass and make liquor, exploiting squander plastic or natural material.

Ground-breaking Waste Treatment & Recovery Technologies

Pyrolysis Process

Landfill Gas Process Flows & Methane Emissions

Energy from Municipal Solid Waste

Waste to Energy Technology Market

Utilization of Waste Materials

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Smart Grid is defined as an Electrical Grid with Automation, Communication and IT systems that can monitor the power flows from points of generation to points of consumption and also control the power flow or curtail the load to match the new generation in real-time. It is a holistic solution that employs a broad range of information technology resources, and new gridlines and allows existing to reduce electricity waste and energy costs.

Smart Grids Modelling

Smart Grid Networks, Reliability & Recovery

Smart Sensors & Advanced Metering Infrastructure

Impact of Smart Grid on Energy Resources

Smart Grids Technologies

Smart Grids Applications & Challenges

Smart Grid Deployment & Demonstration Projects

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Green energy is mainly associated with natural energetic processes that will be disciplined with very little pollution. Solar energy, Geothermic power, anaerobic assimilation, wind power, small-scale hydropower, biomass, periodic event power, wave power, and a few styles of atomic power belongs to green energy. The green economy can be determined that economy aims at condensing ecological scarcities, and environmental risks which aim to estate development while not derogatory the atmosphere in keeping with the United Nations setting programmer.

Green Economy Sector

Modeling Cyber-physical Smart Grids & Demand Response Management

Utilization of Waste Materials

Utilization of Waste Materials Energy Storage, Fuel Cell Technologies & Trends

Electrical Vehicles, Grid to Vehicle (G2V) & Vehicle to Grid (V2G)

Secure & Advanced Metering Infrastructure

Solar Power Systems, Energy Management & Sustainability

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The use of nanotechnology which combines the control of substances at the scale of the nanometer to exciting green standards is "Green nanotechnology". It correspondingly intimates the usage of the outcomes of nanotechnology to improve conformity. Keeping up and increasing soil, water, and air factor talk to absolutely the maximum commanding problems encountering international society.

Nanotechnology in Energy Systems

Green Nanotechnology

Nanomaterials for Hydrogen, Fuel Cells & Thermal Energy

Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion & Storage

Treatment & Remediation

Nanotechnology for Sustainable Energy Production

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Energy Storage is the capture of energy created at one time to be used later. A system that stores vitality is right here and there referred to as a gatherer. Energy is available in diverse systems which include radiation, compound, gravitational potential, electric potential, power, raised temperature, dormant warm temperature, and dynamic. Energy Storage consists of converting energy from frames that might be difficult to store to extra helpful or financially storable systems. Mass Energy stockpiling is proper now dominated through hydroelectric dams, each commonplace and pumped. The energy isn't always placed away straightforwardly; however, the work-end result of expending Energy (pumping frequently warm) is positioned away, having a proportionate effect on daylight utilization.

Commercial Applications of Energy Storage

Batteries and Electrochemical Energy Storage

Compressed Air & Mechanical Energy Storage Systems

Thermal Energy Storage Systems

Trends in Energy Conservation Technology

Energy Conservation in Large-Scale Establishments

National Procedures Efficiency

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Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is the manner towards searching on the foreseen ecological effects of a proposed extent - from the concept of herbal viewpoints at configuration organize, via convention and making plans of an Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAR), evaluation of the EIAR through a skillful expert, the ensuing preference with regards to whether or not the project must be allowed to continue, enveloping open response to that preference. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a crucial control device for ensuring the ideal use of herbal sources for sustainable development. A starting on this course was made in our country with the effect evaluation of many projects.

EIA Directive

The Role of EIA in Decision Making Process

Social Impact Assessment

Procedures & Evaluation Methods

Environmental Justice Challenges of Climate Change

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Sustainable engineering is the process of designing or operating systems such that they use energy and resources sustainably. Supportable Development is the sorting out a guideline for meeting human improvement objectives while in meantime managing the capacity of common frameworks to give the normal assets and biological system administrations whereupon the economy and society depend. Sustainable energy is clean and can be utilized over a drawn-out stretch of time.

Anaerobic Digestion‎

Phytoremediation Plants‎

Organic Gardening‎

Human-Powered Transport‎

Sustainable Engineering and Energy Technology


Distributed Generation‎


Appropriate Technology‎

Sustainable Agriculture‎ and Sustainable Transport

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Pollution control is the procedure of decreasing or eliminating the release of pollution into the environment. It is regulated with the aid of using numerous environmental organizations which establish pollutant discharge limits for air, water, and land

Waste management and clean-up

Recycling or disposal

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Solid waste management refers to all activities referring to the control of generation, storage, collection, transfer, transport, treatment and processing, and disposal of solid wastes according to the excellent standards of public health, economics, engineering, conservation, aesthetics, and different environmental consideration. Waste management techniques include the collection, transportation, and recycling or disposal of waste. It encompasses management methods and resources that make certain appropriate dealing with waste products. Management of the assets involves the upkeep of the waste transportation automobiles and the dumping facilities in order that they agree to the environmental guidelines as well as health codes.



Waste Products

Solid Wastes

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Biomass may be utilized to produce renewable or sustainable power, thermal energy, or transportation power (biofuels). Biomass is characterized as living or as of past due dead life forms and any by-merchandise of these plants, and organisms. Biofuels are produced from dwelling organisms or from metabolic by-merchandise (organic or food waste merchandise). In order to be taken into consideration a biofuel the fuel needs to incorporate over 80 percent renewable materials

Renewable Materials

Food Waste

Organic Products


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Most researchers concur that the Earth is in fact encountering increasing temperatures and lots consider that human beings are increasing this Global Warming pattern. The possible effects of a global temperature alteration might not be confined to at least one nation—or maybe one mainland and could penetrate quite a whole lot each a part of the earth and of life.

Greenhouse Gases

Volcanic Activity

Declining water supplies

Reduced agricultural yields

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Climate Change

Environmental change additionally referred to as a dangerous atmospheric deviation, alludes to the ascent in regular surface temperatures on Earth. Climatology- The investigation of Climate and its connection to plant and creature lifestyles. It indicates that it's miles crucial in numerous fields which include horticulture, aeronautics, drug, natural science, zoology, topography, and geology. Changes in Climate have an impact on the plant and creature lifestyles of a given region. It is likewise vital in numerous fields, which include horticulture, flight, medication, natural science, zoology, topography, and geology. The climate device includes 5 interacting parts: hydrosphere (water), cryosphere (ice and permafrost), atmosphere (air), biosphere (dwelling things) and lithosphere (earth crust and top mantle).

Manifestation of Climatic Change

CO2 Capture and Sequestration

Endangered Species and Forestry

Causes and Effects of Climate Change

Earth Science and Climate Change Policies


Risks of Climate Change

Climate Change Challenges

Regenerative Agriculture to Reverse Climate Change

Climate Changing Cloud Heights


Recycling is the practice of recovering used materials from the waste stream and then incorporating those same materials into the manufacturing process. Successful recycling also depends on manufacturers making products from recovered materials and, in turn, consumers purchasing products made of recyclable materials. Does your part "close the loop" and buy products made of recycled materials whenever possible? Recycling is the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products.

Waste Management Techniques

E-Waste Recycling and Management

Solid Waste Management

Waste Water Recycling

Plastic & Paper Recycling

Industrial Waste Recycling

Chemical Waste Recovery

Food Waste Recycling

Agriculture Waste Recycling

Recycling Market

Thermal Waste Recovery

Recycling Basics

Construction Waste Management

Textile Recycling

Glass Recycling

Home-waste management

Recycling: Eco-balance

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Renewable Energy Commercialization involves the growth of three generations of renewable energy technologies that are dating for more than 100 years. Basically, these generations are classified according to development basis. First generations are already in a mature state and they are economically keen. The second generation is already in use and some more developments are going on in that. The third generation is the future technologies that are under research and some under the approval of the government. Renewable energy is in demand so as their industries. Efficient energy is being used so there will be no wastage of energy. Some industries have their own policy and guidelines for production and usage.

Wastage of energy

Future Technologies

Production and usages

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Renewable energy and energy performance are generally aforementioned to be the "twin pillars" of assets energy policy. Each resource needs to be developed as a way to stabilize and reduce back oxide emissions. There are numerous energy guidelines on an international scale on the subject of energy exploration, manufacturing, and consumption, starting from commodities organizations to automobile manufacturers to wind and star manufacturers and commercial enterprise associations.


Energy Policies

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Energy material is a material that releases energy through a chemical reaction. Energy materials have a high amount of stored chemical energy that can be released. Energy materials compass is a wide range of materials that have applications in energy conversion and transmission. Energy materials are used in reducing power consumption and also, reduce the efficiency of existing devices. The type of energetic material is extensive and includes everything such as common fuels used to power automobiles like gasoline and diesel and all the way up to high explosives like gunpowder, dynamite, and TNT.

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Environmentally friendly process and product development similar as cleaner product and ecodesign action only began to gain ground in the last five times of the twentieth century, and still utmost of those works are aimed at optimization and effectiveness advancements, rather than at the expression completely new, unnaturally more sustainable, generalities for product and consumption, or addressing the requirements at the very start

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