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WBG’s $1bn for battery storage to boost renewable energy

Historic low prices for solar and wind energy, and countries want to use as much of it as possible to meet their energy needs. A new, first-of-its-kind $1 billion World Bank Group program aims to help fast-track investments in battery storage, so it can be deployed affordably and at scale in middle-income and developing countries, including some of the fastest ... Read More »

Innovative strategies for dissemination of biogas technology

M A Gofran Biogas is an old technology. Volta invented biogas in 1776. In Bangladesh it was introduced by Dr. Karim in 1972. At present, there are about 100,000 biogas plants in the country. Biogas technology is now known in Bangladesh. In spite of many failures, the technology is now considered to be a proven, cost effective and affordable. Success ... Read More »

Electric vehicle charging network takes root

Tina Casey, Tripple Pundit via ENN The issue of electric vehicle range anxiety got a thorough airing last week, in the now notorious Tesla vs The New York Times battle. It started when Times reporter John Broder wrote a story about his recent Tesla Model S test drive. While acknowledging that the car itself is a thing of beauty (Motor ... Read More »