Clean Energy Ideas is home to a large amount of information on renewable energy, recycling, and climate change. This page provides a brief overview of the website, its history, and the future plans we have for it.
Aims & Goals
This website exists as an informational resource for all ages. It’s intended audience is anyone who wants to learn more about renewable energy and the environment. When we write new articles, we try our best to make sure they are easy to understand and follow. The website is especially popular with students and renewable energy enthusiasts.
We have split the content of the website up into many different categories. This makes it easy for you to find content that’s suited to your interests. Simply navigate the website via the main menu or use our handy search bar. You can then get reading the articles that interest you.
Launched in 2007, the Clean Energy Ideas website was originally based around three renewable energy sources. These were solar, wind, and geothermal energy. Since the launch, the website has grown in size. As a result, you can now find additional articles surrounding new topics such as hydropower, recycling, and climate change.
Over the coming years, Clean Energy Ideas will undergo further expansion. The author will introduce new topics and publish fresh content on a regular basis. Topics currently under consideration are:
- Wave Power
- Tidal Power
Who Runs Clean Energy Ideas?
James Bratley, the founder of Clean Energy Ideas, launched the website back in 2007. James has a keen interest in renewable energy and the environment and has built his knowledge on these subjects over the last 15 years.
Today, James still actively maintains the website. He can often be found writing new articles and editing past content to bring it up to date.
We’re always looking for ways to improve the content of our website and we welcome any feedback you might have. Should you wish to submit a suggestion or provide any feedback, then you can do so via our contact page.
We hope you enjoy your visit to the Clean Energy Ideas website.