Posted in Global Energy
17/05 2012

Global Energy Inc. Chief Executive Officer Issues Letter to Stockholders

CEO Asi Shalgi

Dear Shareholders,

I would like to take this opportunity to personally address you and update you on the development status of our Company. Due to the confidential nature of our development work with some of our partners, I will avoid mentioning their names.

As ofREAD MORE

24/01 2012

Show me the Biofuel

As the year 2011 draws to an end and reports are being filed, it seems as if the last year did not hold great news for bio-fuel producers. Legislators may have been overly enthusiastic in passing laws encouraging companies to use alternatives to fossil fuels,READ MORE

25/09 2011

From Waste to Energy – How to Make the Grade?

When creating energy-from-waste (EfW) in the form of electricity or heat from the burning of mixed garbage, it is difficult to determine how to measure the renewable content of waste made into energy. Currently in the UK, renewable electricity is being graded by ROCs, Renewable ObligationREAD MORE

Posted in KDV Technology
11/09 2011

Pulling the Plug on the Electric Car

In a recent article published on the site Alternative Energy Stocks, John Peterson writes about the lies consumers tell themselves when it comes to electric vehicles (EV) and battery power.

Placing this era in the Cleantech Revolution, Peterson warns us from viewing energy prices andREAD MORE

30/08 2011

The Advanced Biofuels Initiative and Global Energy

On August 16, 2011, President Obama issued a statement (Video) proclaiming that during the next three years the US government, along with numerous partners in the private sector, will advance funding of $510 million towards the production of biofuels for transportation as part of his Blueprint forREAD MORE

Posted in Alternative Energy
27/02 2011

The Rising Prices of Black Gold

With recent developments in the Middle East region, it would not be merely metaphorical to say that the ground is on fire, and with it, our “oh so precious oil”.

Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi, the leader of Libya since his 1969 coup, is nowhere to be found followingREAD MORE

21/02 2011

The Age of Man vs. Age of Nature

In its January edition, The National Geographic Magazine published that by the end of 2011 the world’s population will have reached 7 Billion people. The magazine shows numerous photographs taken from places like India where the affects of population are felt more drastically in termsREAD MORE

26/01 2011

Keeping It All in The Family – A New Garbage Cycle

Cooking oil converted to biodiesel, food scraps, wood and garden waste turned to biogas and trash processed into electricity. These scenarios might sound like something out of a Science Fiction movie but the truth is that the technology is already here.

In New Zealand, a biofuelREAD MORE

10/12 2010

The Unbearable Lightness of Forest Fires

For the past few years our world has been seeing a rise in the amount of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere. Yet while the problem of global warming is not a new phenomena, the fact that this rise has been causing more fires in forest areas likeREAD MORE

5/12 2010

Cleaning up the Mess in the Ocean

Since its discovery in 1997, the Pacific Trash Vortex, also known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, hasn’t been showing any signs of becoming smaller or disappearing. For us, this unfortunately means that the plastic archipelago located in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of SanREAD MORE