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yestiseye 11h
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Ned Blagojevic Jul 21
All very nice, but the true picture it's this. Not fossil fuel free, zero emission, unfortunately. Remove gas and the UK would trully have the "bragging rights"
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Jeremy Gordon Jul 17
I took a look at and came up with three things the industry can learn from it
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Hans Koeppel Jul 22
Thanks for a great time working together for a global ! Wouldn't want to miss a second of it ... see you in
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Kerstine Appunn Jul 17
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Triple profit 0 Co2 Jul 18
Replying to @IRENA @COP24
THE 2017 REPORT? A MEGA DISASTER? Who will do ANYTHING? To hide the Fact? They NEVER had a Solution? From day 1? For 7 billion people? Who will SABOTAGE ? At all Cost? "Denmark, Germany & Netherlands" Co2 REDUCTION IMPOSSIBLE?
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Tim Sudmeier Jul 14
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Claudia Kemfert Jul 20
Why (2017) is wrong: Storage is no barrier for : On the economics of electrical storage for variable renewable energy sources. Article in European Economic Review with A.Zerrahn and
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Ned Blagojevic Jul 17
On what do you base this statement considering South Australia and German ( ) experience. Germans have 28,000 wind generators and they are likely to miss their targets.
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Henry K. B. Jul 19
Replying to @RichardTol
Wind/solar is weak and intermittent, costly batteries/energy storage, unable to power a small region without coal/gas-fired backup plants, worse yet in large-scale.
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Jarret Adams Jul 16
Today's must read from : Three things the industry can learn from
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Bilanzgruppen Mgmt 59m
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Clean Energy World 1h
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Clean Energy Wire 3h
news: State premier warns against too strict car limits / E.ON CEO talks
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Rob Compton 6h
Record German govt R&D funding for energy efficiency in industry
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Julian Wettengel 7h
Our visiting cartoonist marvels over Germans' diligence when it comes to saving energy - including at the office
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Clean Energy Wire 7h
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Clean Energy Wire Jul 22
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Curtis Roberts Jul 20
Imagine today’s environmental impact if had convinced Germany to by abandoning fossil fuels first, instead of taking out clean air nuclear energy.
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Tobias Zeller Jul 20
Summer holidays in the "Country of Blue Roofs".
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