Digital economy and ecological sustainability

What is Digital economy? The term ‘Digital Economy’ was first used by Don Tapscott in his book, The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence. So, what exactly is digital economy? According to Deloitte, “it’s the economic activity that results from billions of everyday online connections among people, businesses, devices, data […]

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planktonic biodiversity

Planktonic diversity of a polluted creek system

The demand for power-generating plants has been increasing regardless of several   appeals in energy  conservation. Factors such as urbanisation and industrialisation propel the need for energy production (Singh,  2015).  Consequently, it increases the need for cooling water at various steps during energy generation procedures. In general, water bodies, such as rivers and ocean were often […]

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Photovoltaic Systems

Precise and Accurate Testing of Photovoltaic Systems: A Must for Quality Assurance

Energy sustainability is very important for the development of any country as it drives industrialisation, urbanisation, economic growth and overall improvement of the living standard of the society. Energy demand is increasing significantly all over the world due to rapid industrial and population growth. One of the most important issues of this century is to […]

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