Thursday, May 31, 2007

Launch of the AlternativeEnergyBlogs

AlternativeEnergyBlogs is a gateway to the following Alternative Energy Blogs:

The Bioeconomy Blog
The Bioeconomy Blog is devoted to the promotion of all key literature relating to biorenewable fuels, most notably bioethanol and biodiesel. It will focus on the economic, environmental, medical, political, and social aspects of bioeconomy initiatives. The Bioeconomy Blog is a companion to the The Bioenergy Blog, which is devoted to the technical aspects and technologies associated with production.
[http://www.bioeconomyblog.blogspot.com/]
Facebook Group
[http://iastate.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2350983131]

The Bioenergy Blog
is devoted to the documentation of key literature relating to biorenewable fuels, most notably bioethanol and biodiesel. It is focused on the technical aspects and technologies associated with the production of these fuels. The Bioenergy Blog is a companion blog to The Bioeconomy Blog, which is focused on the non-technical aspects of bio-based fuels.
[http://thebioenergyblog.blogspot.com/]
Facebook Group
[http://iastate.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2363348674]

The Geothermal Energy Blog
The Geothermal Energy Blog is devoted to the documentation of key monographic literature relating to all aspect of geothermal energy.
[http://thegeothermalenergyblog.blogspot.com/]
Facebook Group
[http://iastate.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2362519065]

The Wind Energy Blog
The Wind Energy Blog is devoted to the promotion of all key literature relating to wind energy and wind turbines and related technologies. It will also focus on non-technical issues as well.
[http://windenergyblog.blogspot.com/]
Facebook Group
[http://www.windenergyblog.blogspot.com/]

In Preparation

The Clean Coal Blog
The Green Building Blog
The Hydrogen Energy

AlternativeEnergyBlogs was established on May 31 2007.

7 comments:

Dirk K said...

Congrats on a very good idea, about time that renewables get more exposure. Question though, what about a blog for photovoltaic solar cells, and solar thermals, and all the others renewables such as solar cookers, waves energy, tides, sea currents, solar towers, sun focussed systems for larger scale electrical generation, etc.? Even if some might not receive the amount of attention than others, there are parts in the world where ideal conditions exists for their application. It would be nice to be able at one site to get info on all renewables.

Gerry said...

Dirk/

Thanks for your interest.

The Alternative Energy Blogs
reflect my formal collection development and reference responsibilties here at Iowa State.

One of my colleagues is responsible for All Thing Solar
[:-)]

/Gerry

Elmo said...

We need a grass roots movement and a major call by many countries to turn to alternative energy vehicles and other forms of alternative fuel vehicles that need to be made and committed to. To continue fooling around with fossil fuels is totally folly on many levels!
Elmo the electric bikes and eletric scooters guy

bSaves said...

This is an awesome Idea. Keep it up

Alternative Energy said...

Let's revive this blog... we need all of the creative input possible.

Barbara said...

I so wish you would continue with this blog. From your "about me" section, you sound like just the person to be at the forefront of getting the proper information out to the masses.

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