The Effective Fuels of the Future: Biomass and Biogas

Published at 22. 08. 2019 | Written by Radoslav Stompf

Remember the stories of people burning wood in the fireplace to heat up their homes? They cut the trees to get building material for their houses. The branch leftovers which were not going to be used were burnt in the fire to create energy, in this case, heat. That’s one of the perfect examples of using biomass fuel...

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Geothermal Energy: the Clean Renewable Energy Hidden Inside Our Planet

Published at 15. 08. 2019 | Written by Radoslav Stompf

Imagine heating up your household in the cold winter months only using the resources offered by Mother Earth without causing any harm to it. This is the everyday reality of the countries enjoying geothermal energy as the renewable energy source to ge…

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Opportunities for the Hydroelectricity of the Future

Published at 08. 08. 2019 | Written by Tibor Tarabek

Hydropower produces ¾ of the world’s renewable energy. As we’ve entered the 21st century and the need for renewable energy grows as we realize the limits of fossil fuels, hydro will take center stage once again. On a larger scale, hydropower generate…

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Hydroelectricity: Major Challenges and Issues

Published at 01. 08. 2019 | Written by Branislav Safarik

Hydroelectric energy is generated through the natural cycle of water flow. On our planet’s surface, evaporation sends water upwards into the Earth’s atmosphere, only to be later pulled down by our planet’s gravity. As it subsequently falls down, Eart…

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Hydroelectricity of the 20th Century

Published at 25. 07. 2019 | Written by Radoslav Stompf

As the 19th century ended and the 20th century began, hydroelectricity entered its prime in terms of popularity. All across the developed world, governments invested into hydroelectric power as it was a very cheap source of renewable energy that was …

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The Early History of Water Power

Published at 18. 07. 2019 | Written by Branislav Safarik

Hydroelectric power is a relatively new invention, but the mechanical power of water has been in use for over two millennia. The invention of the wheel was soon followed by the invention of the water wheel, a device that uses the downward motion of s…

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