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Resilient Energy installed 2 wind turbines at Cherry Rock Farm in Wickwar, Gloucestershire. The turbines will generate power for 880 homes. Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/ResilientEnergy/ Video and music by Squiff Creative Media Thanks Nick for drone footage :-)
See how the insurance industry can help in the transition to a clean energy future to mitigate climate change.
Powerhive provides access to productive, affordable and reliable mini-grid electricity for rural homes and businesses around Africa and beyond. This video shows Powerhive customers and solar generation sites in Kisii county, Kenya, where the company got its start. Powerhive’s ability to serve commercial customers in remote areas is a key component of our value proposition, and what sets us apart from the national electricity grid as well as from small solar home systems and solar kits. Not only are we connecting communities to real electricity for the first time, we are empowering people to contribute to economic development by deploying scalable and resilient energy infrastructure that is better for the planet.
http://www.diamondlightnetworks.com/ http://www.akashicintuitive.com/ http://www.mtshastacityoflight.com By Shivrael Luminance River How can we, as energy sensitive beings, be resilient in this world? On one hand, our sensitivity is a gift. We can sense intuitively what is best for us and what is best for the whole. We get amazing insights because we are energy sensitive. We have healing talents. We have intuitive psychic gifts. It helps us make decisions in our everyday life. In a world that seems run by science and logic, every person on the planet uses intuition added to their logic as a way of understanding what they experience. Yet the world doesn't recognize intuition as a valid path of knowing, but it is. The sensitivity that we have is a gift as we are privy to a whole spectrum ...
Architect Terrell Wong of Stone's Throw Design Inc. talks Passive House basics! This is for homeowners wanting to get started down the Passive House path. She is also president of Passive Buildings Canada. Spread the word on better building! Like this video and join our channel for great videos!
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program is pleased to host Peter Evans, President for the Center for Global Enterprise, Amos Avidan, Senior Vice President and Manager of Engineering and Technology, with Bechtel, Jan Vrins, Managing Director at Navigant, and David Rodgers, Senior Climate Change Specialist for Climate and Chemicals with the Global Environment Facility, to discuss sustainable energy infrastructure. Natural disasters, resource constraints and new patterns of urbanization and development require companies and governments to plan for energy and other related infrastructure to be both resilient and sustainable. Panelists will address strategies for deploying sustainable resilient infrastructure in a variety of locations around the world, from the pre-existing well-built env...
José Zayas from the Wind Energy Technologies Office speaks about wind. --- Subscribe so you don't miss a video http://youtube.com/energygov Check out our cool pics on http://instagram.com/energy More to Learn on http://Facebook.com/energygov Keep up with the Tweets at http://twitter.com/ENERGY Listen to our top rated Podcast http://energy.gov/podcast
The World Energy Council has partnered with energy and finance leaders to identify the key challenges and recommendations to finance resilient energy infrastructure. The project is supported by insights from Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., and the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development. Combined with the Council’s annual energy trilemma analysis on political and regulatory risks, the Road to Resilience series provides decision makers with an encompassing understanding of the risks involved in financing resilient energy infrastructures. The Road to Resilience series features three reports available on www.worldenergy.org/publications: • Managing and financing extreme weather risks • Managing the risks of the energy-water-food nexus • Managing cybe...
Energy is key to everything—it’s an essential driver of the natural world and of the human world, and it will also be pivotal to the societal transformations we’ll be experiencing in the 21st century and beyond. This is the second video in our 22-part online course, THINK RESILIENCE: Preparing Communities for the Rest of the 21st Century. Sign up for the online course to access all the lessons, along with additional resources: http://www.resilience.org/education
On February 16, 2017, the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation hosted a panel of government leaders, CEOS, and academic experts who discussed the energy-water nexus at Carnegie Mellon University. For information on future events, visit http://www.cmu.edu/energy and sign up for monthly updates on these events and Scott Institute news at www.tinyurl.com/scottnews. Listen to our 90-second radio show, Energy Bite, at http://www.energybite.org or get it on iTunes! Like us on Facebook @scottinstitute and follow us on Twitter @cmuenergy! Alumni and students, join our LinkedIn Group, Carnegie Mellon Energy Alumni. Please click "Subscribe" on our Youtube channel to watch more lectures!
Let's keep pushing the industry forward! Sign up to hear exclusive news about the BuiltWorlds Summit 2018 visit: http://www.builtworlds.com/summit2018 An understanding of how cities and buildings can use energy efficiently will support resilient and intelligent cities. The long term cost and sustainability of the means by which energy is produced is also a critical aspect of this equation. During this session, we will explore these questions as well as the unique challenges of constructing new sources of energy and the broader policies that facilitate those investments. Learn more about the companies featured on this panel: Totem Power: https://directory.builtworlds.com/company_pages/totem Invenergy: https://directory.builtworlds.com/company_pages/invenergy Stay up to date at: http:/...
In this video Dr. Amos Avidan, Bechtel's Senior Vice President and Manager of Corporate Engineering and Technology, shares how using big data can help to design more resilient energy systems. To learn more visit: http://bit.ly/Build100_
This webinar, hosted in partnership with Eaton Corporation, introduces participants to resilient energy design. Presenters discuss different types of solutions and present examples of resilient systems. Presenters cover questions such as the difference between Distributive Generation, Combined Heat and Power (CHP), and Microgrids, as well as questions of scale, and more. Click this link to view PDF of slides http://secondnature.org/wp-content/uploads/webinar_eaton-resilient-energy-design_06_14_16.pdf
Advanced Resilient Technology Ltd (ART) prepares for the future today. ART focuses on sustaining the environment, generating green energy, eliminating waste, and producing valuable products. We accomplish this through projects that connect innovation with urgent needs to dispose of bio-waste.
Speech given at The Royal Society on 28th October 2016 for "The Stern Review +10: new opportunities for growth and development" event. Rachel Kyte is Chief Executive Officer of the Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL), and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All.
Climate change isn't going away. As the world shifts away from carbon energy sources, what alternatives can and should Canada persue? On October 29, 2014, at 7PM ET CIGI Chair of Global Systems Thomas Homer-Dixon will take to the CIGI Auditorium stage to discuss Canada's potential as a Resilient Energy Superpower. Visit: http://www.cigionline.org/live