Last week the Western Slope Colorado witnessed a huge victory for energy freedom and rural renewable power.
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First in-depth radio interview on The Winning of the Carbon War, on Radio Ecoshock. Covers road to Paris, reasons for cautious optimism, Solarcentury and SolarAid in holistic context as microcosm direct actions in the market.
A significant threshold has been crossed by renewable energy as analysts report that the sectorʼs size last year reached double the level it was at just 10 years earlier.
With fewer than six months to go until the UN climate summit in Paris, it’s worth asking: what’s been achieved in this very significant year for action on climate change? Recent news has certainly been positive, and from unusual suspects.
No nation has as high a penetration of residential solar as Australia, with one in five homes now powered by the sun.
This week the latest edition of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy noted two important trends.
Can we transition to these renewable energy sources and continue using energy the way we do today?
Second part of a discussion about the prospect of decentralized energy systems supplying clean electricity to the developing world.
...[T]he...climate movement tends to deny...that renewables are unable to maintain our Western...consumer lifestyles on a global level.
Thanks to favorable geography, innovative government policies, and businesses that see the benefits of clean energy investments, California is closing in on its goal of generating a third of its electricity from renewables by 2020.