Solar Energy Is Now Cheaper Than Coal In India

April 19th, 2016|

Renewable energy usage is one of the most vital parts of the global climate change prevention initiatives. Following the Paris conference, nations across the world are becoming more aggressive in their drive towards renewables such as solar energy.
What has been interesting thus far is the more populous countries seem to be pursuing it far […]

Solar Panels In Dallas

April 5th, 2016|

Dallas, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in the country for solar panels. Over the last few years, there has been a significant increase in both residential and commercial solar.
It comes as a surprise to some that desert states such as Nevada and Arizona are struggling to increase solar while here in Dallas solar […]

France’s Solar Road

February 2nd, 2016|

Last August, we wrote about roads that could have the ability to charge electric vehicles while they drove. Now, France is taking it to the next level with a new undertaking of solar powering homes using the surface area of roads.
France is clearly taking no rest after the green energy summit as they announced this large […]

Paris Deal a Huge Hit to Oil

December 23rd, 2015|

The results from the Paris conference were unexpected and extremely promising for renewables for the future. This aggressive move by world leaders will serve for the betterment of future generators.
What will suffer, however, is the oil industry.
With the results of the Paris deal showing a commitment to stopping global warming prior to the 2 […]

Three top reasons to go Solar!

December 22nd, 2015|

You get it, you are an intellectual human on the Internet, and you know that solar is absolutely the way of the future. It is not just an idea of science fiction anymore, but a real viable technology that is rapidly becoming commonplace in homes all over the world. You might however, still be on […]

Completely Recyclable Biopolymer May Be On The Horizon

December 8th, 2015|

While Baltimore is using a Solar Powered Garbage Wheel to remove 97,000 plastic bottles from the Baltimore harbor, other scientists are looking at ways to preemptively remove plastic bottles from our waterways entirely. It turns out that a chemist at Colorado University may have figured out a possible solution.
Plastic bottles and other man-made garbage in waterways […]

The UK to Phase out Coal in a Decade

November 23rd, 2015|

It was announced last week by Energy Secretary Amber Rudd that the UK would have restricted use of coal generated power by 2023 with it being completely phased out by 2025. In an interview following the announcement Rudd said, “Frankly, it cannot be satisfactory for an advanced economy like the UK to be relying on […]

A new electric car startup aims to take on Tesla Motors

November 9th, 2015|

Here at Global Efficient Energy, we love to talk about electric vehicles. Whether it is the Global Electrification Strategy at Volvo or California Electric Vehicles Exceeding Charging Stations, we love the innovative, environmental, and economic standards that they represent.

Recently it was revealed that a new electric startup is about to take the stage and has […]

Global Electrification Strategy at Volvo

November 5th, 2015|

With each passing day, more companies are committing to green energy and green energy solutions. Volvo is now one of the most recent to join these ranks.

This week, Volvo announced their strategy for going green and integrating electric vehicles more heavily into their lineup. While still not on the same level of Tesla, it’s a […]