Physicists from Japan and Austria Created Ultra-Thin Solar Cells

April 25, 2012

Physicists from Japan and Austria created ultra-thin organic solar cells about 1.5 micrometer thick. Nature Communications published the article of the scientists. A new cell consists of several organic layers that are connected together. They can be made of polythiophene, … Read more

The Chinese Invented Wind Generator with Memory

April 24, 2012

Engineers have developed a new method of control for the wind turbine that can increase the performance of the installation. According to Leonid Popov, the method was inspired by human memory and ability to learn. Any wind generator needs the … Read more

Obtaining of Geothermal Energy in a Very Unusual Way

March 20, 2012

A team of American scientists announced a forthcoming effort to use one of the most powerful energy source provided by nature. We are talking about the geothermal energy. This kind of energy is planned to be obtained through a very … Read more

Airlight Energy Has Developed A Concentrating Solar Installation

March 18, 2012

The technologies of the concentration of solar power (CSP) are gradually gaining momentum as a stable source of alternative energy. Here, a concentrating solar installation constructed by the Swiss company Airlight Energy is the last shining example. The installation is … Read more

A bridge in Germany is heated by the warmth coming from the earth

February 19, 2012

Before winter began the first bridge heated thanks to the warmth coming from earth interiors in cold seasons started to function inside the Sleswick-Holstein ground. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet … Read more

Wind-Powered Generator of High Power, which Requires No Foundation

February 7, 2012

The Norwegian engineers have proposed the concept of another offshore wind-powered generator of high power, which requires no foundation. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it

A New Type of Solar Panels Generates Energy even in the Moonlight

February 2, 2012

A Spanish firm ULMA Agrícola, which is the part of the consortium Tecnalia, has created a new type of solar panels and has installed them on greenhouses to test. The main advantage of the new invention is that it can … Read more

Heat pump from WESWEN

August 15, 2011

Our company offers geothermal heat pumps. Ground source heat pumps systems which extract heat energy from the ground or groundwater offer exceptionally high levels of efficiency, achieving significant reductions in CO2 emissions and energy bills. Heating capacity  5,3 – 2283 … Read more

WESWEN always with you

July 14, 2011

We are pleased to inform you Green Energy WESWEN page and group opened on Now you can read news, express an opinion, discuss interesting themes. We invite you to a page and a group of Green Energy WESWEN. For … Read more

In Pakistan will be green energy

July 12, 2011

According to analysts of Pakistan and India will become leaders in the consumption of energy from the sun and wind.

Details in the report Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio from AlertNet.

Pakistan is planning to boost exploitation of alternative and renewable energy sources in an attempt to tackle a chronic power shortage and address the challenges of climate change.

A new long-term energy policy aims to provide at least five percent of the country’s total commercial energy supplies from clean renewable sources such as wind, solar and bio-waste by 2030.

At present, just 10 megawatts of the country’s daily commercial energy requirement of 11,000 MW, or less than 0.1 percent, is generated from wind and solar sources, according to Faiz Mohammad Bhutta, an executive member of the Renewable and Alternative Energy Association of Pakistan, a non-governmental organization. Read more