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Articles: Renewables (10)
•Small-town mayors: the cutting edge of climate action •How are communities raising serious money for green energy projects? •Is 70 Percent Renewable Power Possible? Portugal Just Did It For 3 Months •Germany's Energy Transition Experiment •London's cooking waste to fuel …
Even amid policy uncertainty in major wind power markets, wind developers still managed to set a new record for installations in 2012, with 44,000 megawatts of new wind capacity worldwide.
Hawaii generates more of its power from the sun than any other state. Here’s what the rest of us can learn from the obstacles that came up along the way and and what's being done to overcome them.
•Learning from Germany's Renewable Energy Transition •German energy surplus quadruples despite renewable push •The 'unstoppable' renewable grid •German village offers blueprint for rural green energy •Desertec on the Ropes: Competitors and Opponents Threaten Energy Plan …
•You’ll Never Guess Which U.S. State Could Be Fossil-Fuel-Free by 2050 •Can we shift to renewable energy? Yes. As to how… •Los Angeles set to ditch coal power •The Worst Way to Measure Energy Efficiency
•Berlin to buy back grid and go 100 percent renewable •Big Energy Battle: An Unlikely Effort to Buy Berlin's Grid •German town goes off the grid, achieves energy independence •Crowdfunding and renewables: is power for the people by the people about to come of age? •Where …
In-depth interview with Nobel Laureate Robert B. Laughlin on his book "Powering the Future: How We Will Eventually Solve the Energy Crisis and Fuel the Civilization of Tomorrow." Dr. Rose M. Cory's new science on positive feedback loop discovered in the melting Arctic.
•12 Insights on Germany’s Energiewende •A decarb target is good for the economy, good for the environment and good for gas •Isn't it ethical to use less heating? •Big shifts ahead in Chinese energy consumption •Sunrise in the desert
•World Energy Outlook 2012 Executive Summary •U.S. Oil Output to Overtake Saudi Arabia’s by 2020 •IEA calls for focus on energy efficiency •IEA cuts global forecast for growth in nuclear capacity