Carbon dioxide continues to increase in the atmosphere with a major milestone of 400 parts per million of CO2 recorded in the Southern Hemisphere according to CSIRO's Dr David Etheridge. Heat Rises We as a race are always on the look out for the signs of rising global greenhouse emissions, and one of the markers
It’s common knowledge now that green is the new black, and companies the world over are clamouring to get on that particular band wagon, claiming to be the greenest or the cleanest. In the process however, some people and companies have stepped out of reality, and have used media and budget to promote themselves and
Is seaweed set to save us from overheating? Global Warming and the Future The years are getting warmer and warmer, and we currently sit on 1% extra planet warmth. Doesn’t sound like much, a 22 degree day as opposed to a 21 degree day at the beach is not going to break the bank so
Genergy Newsletter 2016 #1 Hi all and welcome to this our first Genergy newsletter of the year. The reason why you’re on the receiving end of this mailer is because you’ve either done business with Genergy or you have expressed interest in our company and our products in the past. AL GORE’S OPTIMISM
While we at Genergy specialize in Solar Energy for industrial and domestic set-ups, we are also aware of other renewable energy technologies out there. This one caught our eyes: ocean wave energy. There are some people who, when they see the ocean, think of it as a massive battery waiting for someone to understand it.
After the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan started plotting and planning ways to dismantle nuclear, and start growing solar and renewable energy farms. One of the biggest obstacles to development of any kind in Japan is the chronic lack of space. There is limited land capacity, which has led to the nation coming up with