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Japan: Abandoned rice fields are converted to solar power
Currently in the country there are thousands of hectares of abandoned rice fields, which in the near future turn into solar power. This initiative was proposed by President corporation Softbank Corporation Masayoshi Son Masayoshi Son, who noted that Japan does not operate 1.3 million hectares of land, more recently, former rice fields.

Integration of wind farms in power networks - problems of wind power
Company GE Energy introduced the technology WindINERTIA - one of the latest advances in Wind Power . WindINERTIA complement the package of solutions GE Energy, promoting integration The wind Turbin in the general grid.

Krasnoyarsk Territory: zoning for efficient use of renewable energy
in Krasnoyarsk Territory scientists electricity department KrasGAU engaged zoning areas for efficiency Renewable Energy . work on zoning Krasnoyarsk Territory aims to explore the possibility of wind, solar, small rivers.

U. S. Geliopark in Blythe will be used fotovaltaicheskie technology
Solar Trust of America, an integrated company operating in the field of solar energy, amend the first phase 500 MW Sunny Park In Blythe, California.

Volvo biofuel test
company Volvo Trucks intends to implement the next stage of a large-scale project to assess the prospects for the application of alternative fuels , the combustion products do not contain harmful nitrogen compounds.

Wind power-up the year 2008
U.S. have been leaders in the use Wind Power . U.S. ahead of Germany in construction Windturbines . Potential new American Vetroenereticheskih installations was 8.4 GW, 25.2 GW was generated.

Kavarna park planned construction of solar panels
an area of 16 hectares adjacent to the building of the regional administration of Kavarna Bulgaria will be provided for the construction of the park Solar Cell . District Council of Kavarna town has already received applications from several Bulgarian and foreign companies wishing to enter the draft.

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