Web Sites of Interest (Pt. 2)

Part two of my irregular series of sharing some of my bookmarks – this time the category is energy.  Part one covered climate change, economics and science.

BWEA
Information on the UK wind energy industry, wind farms and wind power, with news and detailed information.

CCS Association, The
Represents the interests of its members in promoting the business of CCS.

Citizens Against CO2 Sequestration
Does not consider CCS to be green technology – “it is an EXPERIMENT and WE are the Guinea Pigs!”

Coal in the UK
Mapping coal across Britain.

Coal is Dirty
The mandate of this site is very simple: to debunk the myth of “clean coal”.

Mountaintop Removal for Coal in West Virginia

Mountaintop Removal for Coal in West Virginia

DESERTEC-UK
A group of volunteers who are interested in the Desertec (concentrating solar power in the desert) concept aiming to raise awareness of it in the UK and beyond.

Energies
An international, peer-reviewed open access journal.

EnergyBoom
News and analysis about the renewable energy sector.

Energy Bulletin
A clearing house for information regarding the peak in global energy supply.

Energy Economy Online
Devoted to bringing readers interesting, informative and useful information on the new energy economy.

European Wind Energy Association
The voice of the European wind industry.

Global Wind Energy Council
The global forum for the wind energy sector, uniting the wind industry and its representative associations.

Live Grid Carbon intensity
Real-time data for the UK.

NewEnergyFocus
A daily news service for the UK energy sector, dedicated to the professionals working towards sustainable energy.

No 2 Nuclear Power
Providing information on nuclear power in the UK and why it is not the answer to climate change.

ODAC (Oil Depletion Analysis Centre)
An independent, UK-registered educational charity working to raise international public awareness and promote better understanding of the world’s oil-depletion problem.

Oil Drum, The
Discussions about energy and our future.

Oil Sands Watch
The Pembina Institute provides policy research leadership and education on climate change, energy issues such as oilsands and coalbed methane, green economics, energy efficiency and conservation, renewable energy and environmental governance.

Syncrude oil sands mining operations

Syncrude oil sands mining operations. Photo: David Dodge, The Pembina Institute.

OpenEI
An open community and platform for sharing energy information.

Renewable Energy Association
Represents renewable energy producers and promotes the use of all forms of renewable energy in the UK.

Renewable Energy World
Renewable energy news and information.

RE-thinking 2050
A 100% Renewable Energy Vision for the European Union.

Risø DTU
Contributes to research, development and international exploitation of sustainable energy technologies and strengthens economic development in Denmark.

Sahara Wind
Large scale Sahara wind energy development project.

Trans-Mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation
The DESERTEC Concept describes the perspective of a sustainable supply of electricity for EU-MENA up to the year 2050.

UK Without Incineration Network
An independent organisation representing a network of groups opposing the expansion of waste incineration in the UK.

World Coal Institute
Provides a forum for the exchange of information and the discussion of challenges relating to the coal industry.

David M. Davison

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