The Irish Examiner newspaper published this article in October 2016 exploring how thermodynamic technology works, with a focus on domestic hot water needs in the Irish wet and overcast climate.
Environmentally sustainable solar thermodynamic is on trend
EECA advise that the key solution to combating climate change is energy efficiency.
An article written for EBOSS (online catalogue of suppliers and products aimed at architects) about a local installation of solar thermodynamic hot water
Coal, carbon and climate change - Global carbon dioxide emissions are at recorded high levels and coal burning is the principal culprit.
There are so many good reasons why you should choose the Energie thermodynamic water heating system over conventional solar water heating systems that we just had to make a list for you!
Updates from recent visit to customer site: The Fermentist, Christchurch
Improving energy efficiency and reducing energy demand are the fastest, cheapest and safest means to mitigate climate change.
We visited Energie in Portugal in July 2019
A quick guide about what to expect when applying for consent for your solar or heat pump water heating system
By the end of 2017 there were over 3 million electric vehicles worldwide
Come on New Zealand, we're far behind!
The world is about to undergo another major transport revolution: by low carbon and low emission technologies
Wind, solar and battery technologies are posing an 'unprecedented challenge' to coal and gas
Low carbon energy options are growing, however there's also a resumption of growth in global carbon emissions.
New York is committing to renewable energy
South Australia's virtual solar power plant
17% of EU energy is from renewables
Technology improvements, competitive procurement and proficiency of global project developers will lower costs further.
A new installment of ENERGIES commercial hot water heating system is providing a hotel with not only massive cost savings, but huge energy efficiency.
With the window to keep global temperature rises to 1.5ᵒC quickly closing, Marc Height looks at the pace and scale of technology deployment needed to keep us below the limit.
Renewable energy is expected to grow almost a third by 2022, reaching over 8,000TWh in renewable energy, with China at the forefront of this growth.
The Government have finally succumbed to the requests of renters around New Zealand to fix the shocking rental insulation issues. By 2019 all rental properties must meet specific insulation requirements, however the Insulation Association of New Zealand are already facing numerous problems.
More and more global car-makers are complying to the worlds demand for electric vehicles, with the biggest industry players set to release fleets of new electric vehicles in the upcoming years, replacing the conventional internal combustion engine.
As the prices of lithium-ion batteries drop, as do the prices of Electric Vehicles making them a more affordable alternative to conventional internal combustion engine vehicles.
Spazio Fitness and Health Sport Complex has recently invested in ENERGIES Thermodynamic Solar Energy systems.
NGO’s demand zero carbon act in open letter
Business leaders and industry set out pathway to halve emissions by 2040. China’s National Energy Administration announced that it will spend $363bn. Generation revolution – power without coal
Svend Auken, Denmark's Minister for Envionrment, held a competition to encourage Danish islands to consider how their clean energy potential could be achieved. As a result, Samso, a small island west of Copenhagen, transitioned to 100% renewable power in just a decade!
There is a question mark over proceedings in the form of the arrival US president-elect Donald Trump.
The year 2015 has been confirmed as the warmest year since records began with key and critical indictors reflecting the effects of our changing climate. The ‘State of the Climate’ report from the American Meteorological Society (AMS) gives a snapshot of climate change impacts on 2015 – a year in which a strong El Niňo acted to boost the long-term warming trend.
Globally, a total of 63 GW of wind power capacity was installed in 2015.
The demand for energy will continue to grow substantially over the next 20 years.
US President's ambitions to tackle US power sector emissions have been put on hold.
Big contenders have shown big interest in encouraging the use of renewable energy
Electric vehicle's infrastructure helping to reduce carbon emissions
Parties agree on compromise text that aims to hold temperature increase to 'well below 2°C'
PV makes up one-third of new renewable capacity
Worldwide Wind Report registered a wind growth of 16% in 2014 to a total of 370GW of installed capacity.
More than half of electricity generation capacity in Europe will be from renewable energy sources by 2030..
The US is now the world’s largest energy producer. How did this happen & what does this mean? Click the title to find out more.
Man has been harnessing the sun's power for centuries. Here is a quick explanation of the stages we have gone through and where we sit today.
An explanation of energy, its laws and a few extra facts about Renewable Energy you might not know