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Mike Hudema Jan 13
Germany produced so much over the holidays it gave it away for free:
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Climate Reality Jan 12
The winds of change are blowing in India – here’s hoping the country continues embracing
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CECHR Jan 14
Five renewable energy trends to watch in 2018 Falling costs, Chinese dominance and competition in battery technology
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Mike Hudema Jan 12
BAM! While Trump and Trudeau push pipelines, Chile becomes the latest country to commit to 100% . Who's next?
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cH2ange Jan 16
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Climate Reality 11h
is taking off around the world (and we couldn’t be more excited)
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Michael F. Bennet Jan 18
CO’s energy companies are leading the charge. Bids for wind & solar in CO are lower than those for energy from existing coal plants. Bids for reliable renewable energy & storage are lowest in our country’s history. This is a big deal:
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Dan Rather Jan 17
"The closer you look, the better the news gets!"
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Jan 13
Solar Squared Glass Blocks imagine entire buildings capable of producing .
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DGA Jan 18
"Industry is now demanding access to , not simply to check an environmental box but because it results in real operational cost savings," says of Employers for Renewable Energy.
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Mike Hudema 18h
All To Be As Cheap or Cheaper Than Fossil Fuels by 2020. Why are we still talking about coal and pipelines? RT if your ready for .
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UNDPPalestinian Jan 19
More light. Less noise. 🔆 for schools🏫
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WePower Jan 14
"Today, availability is the most important issue for any project." -
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UN Climate Change Jan 16
"As we face the challenges of , we need to seize opportunities and solutions. One opportunity is " – President of the General Assembly Miroslav Lajčák, during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week
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cH2ange Jan 16
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Green Party Canada Jan 19
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UN Climate Change Jan 17
expects to invest up to $7 billion in projects this year plants will lead the way
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Andrew Laird Jan 19
No Government in its right mind would allow the basic necessities of clean air, soil and water 💦 to be put at risk. South Australia is doing great things with and it should not allow the rapacious and damaging industry anywhere near prime farm land
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Elad Ratson 🇮🇱 Jan 19
For to replace as ecological , the costs of separating it from water (electrolysis) must be reduced. New ​i🇮🇱 invented electrocatalyst molecule increase separation efficiency by 78%, may prove ! 🔗
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Toowoomba 🌈 17h
has proved his plan works and the Mining industry sponsored LNP Government have egg all over their incompetent corrupt faces. the stupid little Jew boy corrupt to the core.
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