One hour of solar radiation to earth is equal to the total human energy consumption for ONE year.

Think about that and you realize the potential in our business idea.

So do we really have an energy crisis or just a lack of technology?

Through own developed technology Global Green One utilizes residues and crop from agricultural production and produces green electricity, bio-ethanol, food oils and proteins, as well as thermal heat.

In upcoming projects we will also produce bioenergy and biofuels from seaweed.


Nov 30th 2014:
The Nation Most Likely to Survive Climate Change.

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Oct 31th 2014:
China’s big plans for biomass.

China, the world's top emitter, is only using about five per cent of its total biomass potential. Gosia Klimowicz reports on how the sector can supply more of the entire nation's annual energy consumption and solve its pollution woes.
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Aug 7th 2012:
Gulf Cooperation Council turning focus towards renewable energy exploitation.

The world's largest producer of oil and gas is finding it increasingly difficult to suffice its own needs. An unprecedented increase in population and growth in industrial and economic activity has triggered newfound interest in renewable energy development for six major Middle Eastern economies.
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Jun 10th 2012:
China Emissions Suggest Climate Change Could Be Faster than Thought.

China's carbon emissions could be nearly 20 percent higher than previously thought, a new analysis of official Chinese data showed on Sunday, suggesting the pace of global climate change could be even faster than currently predicted.
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