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10:10 Climate Action 6h
In East Africa solar power is providing new economic opportunities
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10:10 Climate Action 15h
Shout out to Denver who are looking to go 100% renewable electricity by 2030
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 19
How students are trying to bring solar-powered cars to our roads.
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 19
The Qinghai province in China just used entirely renewable energy for seven days as part of a trial
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 18
Pedal power in Paris is having a big impact
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 18
In case you missed it - check out our research into how London's lost rivers could heat the city!
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 18
Why the world is so excited about electric cars
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 17
It turns out young people are really into electric cars!
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 17
Check out how solar is making a difference in South Sudan
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 16
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RenewableUK Jul 16
Polling released today makes it clear: the Government's ban on is unpopular across ALL demographics. Under 40s, Over 40s, Remainers, Leavers, Conservatives, Labour voters… they all agree that it's time to bring back .
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 16
This is cool! Can you guess these three energy trends?
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 15
To tackle climate change we *need* to get into low carbon heating. Heat pumps are a super efficient way to do it - here's a quick run down on how they work.
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 14
This year the UK has had 1000 hours of electricity without coal
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 14
Four reasons electric trucks could become a reality sooner than we might think
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 13
Results are in - Londoners are big fans of electric cabs!
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 13
Love the idea - community owned solar power + gardens and London train stations. Right now they're looking for investors
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 13
Half of young drivers would like to own an electric car. Would you?
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RenewableUK Jul 13
With over 5 months left of the year, there have already been 1000 hours without coal in 2018! To put that in perspective, there were 624 coal free hours in the WHOLE of 2017 - and 210 in 2016.
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10:10 Climate Action Jul 13
Yep definitely - the slight difference here is they've got a heat pump so the river actually provides central heating for the pub and cooling as well. And it's an underground river of course!
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