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The Five Most Promising Methods for Storing Alternative Energy

Generating energy through means such as wind, solar, hydropower, or nuclear power has been relatively cheap and effective to accomplish. However, many alternative energy measures fall short when faced with the problem of storage. Once electricity is generated, how can it be stored so that it can be used as demand rises, and not wasted when demand is low? Continue reading

The 10 most Sustainable Alternative Energy Sources

Current flooding in Paris and Texas are only the most recent ways we are beginning to see the effects of climate change in our weather patterns. In an effort to explore alternative energy sources that can help offset our carbon footprint and mitigate climate change, InduSoft is taking a look at some of the more sustainable and low-carbon sources of energy available now.

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New InduSoft Case Study: Remote Capabilities Improve Efficiency for Ethanol Plant in Competitive Thai Alternative Energy Market

The Thai Roong Ruang Energy Co., Ltd.’s bio-ethanol plant provides sugar production, namely molasses and bagasse, as feedstocks for the production of fuel ethanol. This will help Thailand reduce its dependence on imported oil and fossil fuels. Continue reading

June is Alternative Energy Month at InduSoft

This June, InduSoft is going to focus on the Alternative Energy industry. As the Norther hemisphere starts cranking up our air conditioners and driving for summer holidays it’s a great time to focus on the ways energy demands, consumer habits, and the variety of fuel sources are changing the landscape of fuel. Continue reading

Trends in Automation: Portugal Runs for Four Consecutive Days on Renewable Energy Alone – It’s Time to Invest in Alternative Energy Solutions

Through data analysis from national energy network data, it was revealed that Portugal was able to meet its energy needs through renewable energy alone for four consecutive days. This zero-emission milestone is thanks to a combination of solar, wind, and hydro power that lasted for 107 hours. Continue reading