Discover Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is generally defined as energy that is collected from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat.

Renewable energy often provides energy in four important areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural (off-grid) energy services.

Top 10 Reasons To Choose Alternative Energy Sources

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Alternative energy sources are a popular topic of conversation these days, as many believe they hold a promising solution to meeting our current energy needs in a clean and environmentally friendly way. These renewable resources get their energy from naturally occurring phenomena such as sunlight, wind, water, biofuels, tidal and wave power, and geothermal heat. There are many reasons to move toward alternative energy sources in your home. Here are the 10 most prominent.

Holy Grail of energy policy in sight as battery technology smashes the old order

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The world’s next energy revolution is probably no more than five or ten years away. Cutting-edge research into cheap and clean forms of electricity storage is moving so fast that we may never again need to build 20th Century power plants in this country, let alone a nuclear white elephant such as Hinkley Point.

The US Energy Department is funding 75 projects developing electricity storage, mobilizing teams of scientists at Harvard, MIT, Stanford, and the elite Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge labs in a bid for what it calls the ‘Holy Grail’ of energy policy.


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January 25, 2016 – Michael Aziz’s vision that one day the vast majority of our electricity will come from renewable sources like wind and solar could become a reality sooner than he thinks. The Harvard University engineer and his team are making inroads to storing renewable energy more cost effectively, therefore opening up a potential big market for wind and solar. In particular, Aziz has developed battery storage technology that allows energy to be stored in inexpensive, abundant, non-toxic organic molecules, called quinones, found in nature. These are dissolved in water – so they can’t catch fire – and can be energized and then stored outside the battery container itself in arbitrarily large holding tanks for a greatly reduced cost.


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The board of Green Energy Storage has today appointed Dr. Salvatore Pinto as the new President of the Company.

The Chemistry Behind The Battery That Could Outperform Tesla's Powerwall

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OK, so how does all this relate to lithium-ion batteries like the Tesla Powerwall? Recall that a flow battery is designed so that you can scale up the power (the hardware that converts chemical energy to electricity) and the energy storage (the tanks) independently. If you want your charge to last longer, and you have a flow battery, you build a bigger tank.


Green Energy is an integrated engineering services company for energy. It realizes activities of Design, Development and Maintenance of renewable energy plants in the industrial, tertiary and housing sector.

Our company was born on February 18, 2010, by Brunetti brothers and Dr. Antonio Fera will and from the merger of the companies Brunetti S.a.s and GreenEngineering S.r.l.

Why should we use alternative sources of energy?

Conventional energy sources, especially oil and coal, are not only having significant effects on the environment, but are also getting expensive. This is when alternative energy came to mind to come up with a solution for the increasing demand for energy, while helping conserve the environment.

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