Top 10 Renewable Energy Blogs To Follow

Here at The Greener Group, we love reading up on the latest news and updates in the world of all things renewable, and we imagine you do as well.

So we’ve decided to compile a short list of some of the best blogs that you need to be following.


Renewable Energy World

As you can imagine, Renewable Energy World focuses on everything to do with renewable energy. This can range from solar and wind to information about companies and job advertisements. If you like keeping up to date with the latest energy news, this is the blog for you.

Started in 1999 by a group of Renewable Energy experts, the site has grown to becoming one of the largest sources of information and news on anything energy related. With new articles and content added all the time, it’s unlikely you’ll run out of reading material.

“By offering extraordinary services via the Internet, our foremost mission is to inform our readers about the use of Renewable Energy worldwide and, in the process, assist you with decision making when it comes to anything related to Renewable Energy.”

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CleanTechnica

CleanTechnica is a fantastic website focusing on solar and wind energy news as well as reviews and guides.

They have a big focus on clean energy and clean ways of transport, being a big supporter of electric vehicles and environmentally friendly ways of getting around. If you’re looking to make the switch to an electric car, you should check out what they have to say.

“All in all, we want to be a useful site for the world and want to develop a strong, useful community of world citizens in order to help move humanity forward in a positive direction!”

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GoodEnergy

While GoodEnergy has the general purpose of supplying energy and getting people to switch to cleaner energy, they also have a great blog. Founded in 1999, their mission is to transform the UK energy market by being part of a sustainable solution to climate change.

Their articles can range from household tips to family stories to which chocolate is the most renewable. They provide a nice balance between helpful guides and industry news, always giving a fun read and regular content. There’s more to them than just selling energy.

“We want to inspire a UK energy revolution and break the stranglehold of the big, old-fashioned energy generators and move to a cleaner, greener future.”

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Greener Ideal

Greener Ideal is a blog based in Canada, providing tips on applying sustainable solutions to your everyday life, as well as news and reviews.

Their aim is to try and protect the planet and reduce our collective carbon footprint, and they have some interesting and unique articles to read through. If you’re looking to change to a more eco friendly life, this is a great place to start.

“Greener Ideal strives to help you live your life in more sustainable ways with tips for going green, eco friendly recipes, green product reviews, and news on the latest developments in clean tech, electric cars and the environment.”

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TreeHugger

As the name suggests, TreeHugger is a website focused on finding a greener future and achieves this by posting weekly newsletters, up to date blog posts and staying active on social media.

The team is made up from different contributors from all across the US and Canada. You can find information on the latest news, science and technology advances and energy solutions, all on one site. What are you waiting for?

“TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, we strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information.”

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2 Green Energy

Run by green energy consultant Craig Shields since 2009, 2 Green Energy is a company that does just that. After having written 4 books based around renewable energy, Craig applies his knowledge to their blog and provides some insightful reads.

Topics written about on this blog are about personal experiences, as well as tips on becoming more environmentally friendly. The blog also features guest bloggers from time to time, which can be fun.

“We offer a forum for the discussion of any facet of the technology, economics, and politics surrounding the migration to clean energy and sustainable lifestyles.”

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Green Clean Guide

Based in India, Green Clean Guide offers a central location for information on green technologies and sustainable energy. They encourage their readers to comment on topics and engage with each other, allowing for discussion.

Articles found on this site vary from current environmental situations to safely disposing electronic waste and cleaning your home with natural products. If you’re interested in seeing how climate change is affecting other areas of the world, this is a good blog to follow.

“Our aim is to make things simple for our readers. We would encourage our readers to comment on the topics presented here which will help us to create better and more targeted content in future.”

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The Green Energy Blog

The Green Energy Blog has lots of fantastic articles, with new content being added every other day. It’s got a great reputation as well, being ranked among multiple top renewable energy blog lists (such as this one).

Showcasing and talking about new technology and innovations in the energy industry is their main goal, and they always provide insightful and interesting reads. This might be the blog for you if you’re interested in innovative technology.

“The Green Energy Blog was created as a Forum to showcase Emerging Green Technologies. An opportunity to learn, share and explore Green Energy Ideas and Innovations.”

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Conserve Energy Future

Conserve Energy Future offers informative and useful reads on topics ranging from solar and wind energy to recycling to reducing pollution.

They have lots of articles explaining how you can benefit from using renewable technology, as well as tips on getting kids to be more eco-conscious and making your home more eco-friendly. We doubt you’ll run out of something to sink your teeth into here.

“Over the last few years I, Rinkesh Kukreja, have grown increasingly concerned about our dependence on foreign energy and the impact it is having on our economy, and the potential threat to our national security. Instead of just worrying about the problem, I decided to do whatever I could do to help others.”

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GreenBiz

GreenBiz is a website that is ideal for anyone looking into how renewable energy solutions can affect businesses. Producing articles and content, they also host events across the US and have multiple videos discussing a variety of topics.

The site is packed full of content covering lots of different areas of the energy industry and their insights are very interesting to read. If you’re into the business industry, this is definitely something for you to take a look at.

“Since 1991, GreenBiz has chronicled and been a catalyst for thought leadership in aligning environmental responsibility with profitable business practices.”

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Summary

So these are just a couple of the many fantastic blogs and sites that are out there. Be sure to let us know any that we should check out and while you’re at it, have a read of one or two of our own articles.

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