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IRENA Mar 16
could become the 's primary power source: a solution that is good for the economy, jobs, and the .
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Mike Hudema Mar 18
Wow. is using the power of the ocean as a renewable source of electricity. Wave power. We have solutions to the crisis. We're just missing the political will to implement them.
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Joan Sullivan Mar 17
Energy analysts forecast 'the end of coal' in Asia as Japanese investors back renewables
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EUROPE Solar + Energy Storage Congress 21h
[Sponsor Announce] Proud to introduce BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH as Brand Sponsor of EUROPE Solar + Energy Storage Congress. BayWa r.e. is the largest commercial solar player in .
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Phillip Riley Mar 18
Fantastic opportunity to join an international company in an exciting phase of growth in Australia. Please apply via or contact Jeremey Hale.
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IRENA Mar 18
Energy use is changing fast but the shift to needs to happen faster—in power generation, heating, buildings & transport—to keep in check. See how it's possible to w/ solutions
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Energy Bot 22m
Energynews Current Power 51164 MW from Renewables: 30%
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Susanna Ruotsalainen 19h
EthaWind's PPA projects involved in Finland and Sweden
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genr8.io 19h
Green wisdom for the day .. !
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Chamber Low Carbon 12h
Today saw our latest Lunch & Learn workshop led by Ged Heffernan of You can join us for these free events giving you expert information on energy & resource efficiency, the economy and upcoming events are here .
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Alina Bakhareva 18h
The investment opportunity on renewables by 2040 is in the range of 400m Euro - according to research. That would see the share of increasing to as much as 60%
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bhivelive Mar 18
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Surge Exploration Inc Mar 13
There isn't just one type of -ion . There is a broad family of different types of batteries and technologies that utilize a similar concept and combinations of raw materials. Source:
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Cities Forum 13h
The The revolution of rewables in China 🇨🇳. They have built a giant floating solar power plant. It is capable to power a small town. The cooling water makes the panels more efficient.
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Kate Mar 16
Replying to @AtholT
Why do we need to rely on ‘imports’ when we have enough wind and sunshine to generate the electricity we need
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Stormsaver Rainwater 17h
Training in the UK’s renewables sector.
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Ravi4PrioryVale 15h
Replying to @Ravi4PrioryVale
9. We will install more solar panels on Council sites, continuing to increase renewable energy production.
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Murra Warra Wind Farm 7h
Replying to @Warwick_Long
Flags are flying at Murra Warra Wind Farm!
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Murra Warra Wind Farm 7h
Feeling out of the picture? Come and join us at the Murra Warra Wind Farm Community Day this Sunday from 10:00am. Find out more:
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Energy Debate 14h
Very exciting to witness this high-level EU collaboration combining biodiversity and sustainable energy developments, signing at the with sectors and NGOs.
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