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World Economic Forum Sep 12
40% of Denmark’s electricity now comes from wind. 📕 Read more:
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Brian Vad Mathiesen Sep 15
Denmark was once almost 100 per cent reliant on oil imports. Now we have: - almost 50 per cent wind power in the electricity grid - much more buildings (up 50 per cent) - 2 out of 3 buildings use district heating
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FLS GROUP SL LTD Sep 12
Renewable energy sources, like wind and solar power, now generate almost a third of the UK’s electricity. Solar power isn’t just a daytime deal – power from the sun’s rays can be stored in salt and used at night too. The solution for Africa.
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Evan Kirstel Sep 13
The world's first boat to be powered solely by renewable energy and hydrogen 🌞 ⛵
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REA Nigeria Sep 15
Powering Nigeria, One Community at a Time: Next Week, We Will Provide Detailed Information & Live Updates on the Next Community To Be Powered with Clean, Safe & Reliable Energy. Keep a Tab On This Timeline. .
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IRENA Sep 13
Smart charging’, which both charges and supports the grid, unlocks a virtuous circle in which makes transport cleaner and support larger shares of :
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Evan Kirstel Sep 11
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IRENA Sep 15
Employment in supports almost 1.2 million jobs. Onshore projects predominate, but the offshore segment is gaining traction & could build on expertise from other sectors. Learn more in 's jobs report
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Mike Hudema Sep 15
Chicago just became the largest city in the United States to commit to go 100% . Who's next? There's no time to waste, no planet B. Time for a . Sept. 20-27 fight for the planet:
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👣 🌏 💫 Paul Dutton 🌳 🦅 🐾 20h
Australia’s Political numpties continually falsely selling Australian energy consumers, who’re suffering on ancient dying coal fired energy which costs hugely. Opportunity for a unique new national infrastructure plan for for every motorway.
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Tom Raftery Sep 15
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Speak535 Sep 15
My fellow Canadians: Our country is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world! Why does that matter? For starters, it could mean water shortages! It also threatens marine life! Let's step up efforts!
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LivioFilice Sep 15
California 🇺🇸 in 2020 requires all new homes to include ; will encourage installations. Tremendously positive impact for our industry.
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NSCC Research Sep 13
Collaborating to create cleaner, cheaper energy. With ’s design, our engineers used the metal printer to build two underwater turbine prototypes. They are now being tested in Ireland
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Arik Ring Sep 14
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Vikez Sep 14
This island in Denmark runs on 100% renewable energy, and is carbon negative!
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Vectorium Sep 8
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Hero Future Energies Sep 14
The potential of the sector is immense and for Nikita Singh, making the most of it is important.
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Mike Hudema Sep 8
California is requiring all new homes to be built with panels, all public buses to be zero emissions, and is building massive batteries to provide 24 hr . We have solutions to the crisis, let's implement them.
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ARENA Newsroom Sep 11
ARENA prioritises grid integration, hydrogen and reducing industrial emissions under its new plan.
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